Join us on the next Carmel PhotoWalks, Friday July 1st & Aug 5th from 5-7pm and the reception following at the Center for Photographic Art from 7-8pm. Visit four or more galleries and your name will be put in a raffle for the opportunity to win photobooks, wine tastings and much more!
"Infinity Nude" ©Kim Weston, All Rights Reserved
"My work has been inspired from paintings for over 45 years. For me the connection to painters has given me subject matter I find of endless value and inspiration. Many subjects I return to again and again. The themes from these paintings have become old friends and give me endless satisfaction in my journey to solving the problem."
"RESURGENCE is a collection of forms in nature, radiating beauty and timelessness. Using Big Sur as the canvas, Michelle Magdalena Maddox compares the purity of the female body with the hard, textured lines of a redwood tree to the complimenting softness of curves and a poppy flower. The collection is a moving journey through landscape and form, capturing raw elegance and emotion."
-Rachael Short, Gallery Exposed
Rachael Short's 2016 Calendars are now in! You can purchase online for $30 at www.rachaelshort.com/buy or at Exposed for $30 or 2/$40.
Holiday Hours: Fridays 5-8pm from Thanksgiving to New Year's Day, Saturdays 1-3pm and by appointment.
From the Shadows running through January, 2nd 2016.
The series is a return to photography for Short after a year of not taking a single photo do to lack of mobility. In 2011 Short had enough strength to hold an iPhone and her series From the Shadows began. Being a film/darkroom photographer the transition to the iPhone was a hard one, but her friend and fellow photographer Kim Weston suggested Platinum printing her iPhone images and from that her passion for photography was sparked again.
Dark Pacific, 1999, by Rachael Short
Please join us from 5-8pm on Friday, July 3rd for a new show opening at EXPOSED. Evynn LeValley will be showing recent images from Iceland with soft, pastel tones that compliment the rugged landscape. Rachael Short will be showing Silver Gelatin and one-of-a-kind Lith prints of landscapes from California and beyond, spanning a decade. Come enjoy wine and other festivities with our neighbors in the Carmel Square!
Every first Friday EXPOSED will now be open from 5-8pm. Please come and view our current photographs, enjoy the Carmel Square and mingle with friends.
First fridays coming up...
April 3, 2015
May 1, 2015
June 5, 2015
July 3, 2015
Come by EXPOSED!
Holiday hours: Friday, December 5th and Friday, December 19th from 5 to 8 pm.
If you haven't already seen our current exhibit you don't want to miss this one! We are showing the work of Emily Birmingham, Camille Lenore, Evynn LeValley, Michelle Magdelena Maddox and Rachael Short.
Happy Holidays from EXPOSED!
Opening on Saturday July 12th from 7 to 9 PM at EXPOSED
running through Saturday September 6th, 2014
The show is coming to us from Genoa, Italy and we are very excited to be showing this new body of work by Douglas Beasley.
To view more of Doug's work please visit his website at www.DouglasBeasley.com
EXPOSED will be open tonight from 4-7pm celebrating the Holidays with our neighbors in the Carmel Square.
Rachael Short will be selling her 2014 Fineart calendar featuring 13 black and white images from her new iPhone series. If you are unable to come tonight you can purchase the calendar online at www.rachaelshort.com/buy.
50% OF ALL SALES TONIGHT WILL GO TO THE PEOPLE IN BIG SUR WHO HAVE LOST EVERYTHING IN THE PFEIFFER FIRE.
5-8pm at EXPOSED
Three years ago we opened our doors, excited to share our work with the community. Now, as we approach our third anniversary, we want to say thank you to everyone who has shown their support along the way. A lot has changed for us over the last three years, but our love of photography, Carmel, and promoting contemporary art remain unchanged. Our gallery may be small, 133 square feet to be exact, but to us it's hugely important and we feel extremely fortunate to still be in business. Thank you for encouraging us to stick to our mission. We appreciate your support, and we hope you'll come celebrate with us.