Blog Category: Gallery Exhibits

This Saturday at 3pm: Opening Reception for Six Visions Exhibit

by Dave Burns | Posted in Gallery Exhibits, News | Tags: ,
Morning Ride Through the Tuileries, Paris
Morning Ride Through the Tuileries, Paris

I’m showing 10 prints from my Paris Studies collection in a group show: SIX VISIONS: Photography and Sculpture at the Old Schwamb Mill. We hung the show last week (picture here) and reviews are already positive!

If you are in the Boston area, please join us at the opening reception this Saturday, April 2, from 3 – 5pm at The Old Schwamb Mill, 17 Mill Lane, Arlington, MA 02476.

The Old Schwamb Mill is also having its Springtime Open House that day starting at 11am. The Mill is famous for turning oval, wooden frames and, if you come that early, you can see demonstrations before you visit the galleries on the second floor.

If you can’t make the opening reception, the show will remain open until the closing reception on Saturday, June 4 (times TBA). Please check the Mill’s website for their opening hours when you can view the exhibit.

— Dave

Six Visions flyer
Postcard design by Andrea Golden

Gallery Exhibit Opens August 16th: Photo-Technic

by Dave Burns | Posted in Gallery Exhibits, News | Tags: ,

Elephant Family Walking Under Tree
Elephant Family Walking Under Tree – Tarangire NP, Tanzania

I’m excited to announce that I am in a two-person exhibit titled Photo-Technic opening in two weeks at the Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery on the North Fork of Long Island. Photo-Technic is about alternative photographic processes and all of my work in this exhibit is infrared photography from my photo tours to Tanzania. Gerry Giliberti is also in the exhibit and he is showing work created with the Lumen and Solar Plate Printing processes. You can see the official press release here.

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