If it’s Wed­nes­day, it must be sa­lon time

Pasatiempo - - Mixed Media -

The Sept. 1, edi­tion of Photo-eye Gallery’s first-Wed­nes­day sa­lon boasts great va­ri­ety in its trio of fea­tured artists. Por­trait spe­cial­ist Gay Block shows Bertha

Alyce: Mother ex­Posed, a pho­to­graphic and video project about her mother made over a 30-year pe­riod. Will Wil­son of­fers prints from his on­go­ing Auto

Im­mune Re­sponse se­ries, in which he ex­plores en­vi­ron­men­tal and emo­tional is­sues. And Krista El­rick, who has fo­cused on pho­to­graphs of mi­grat­ing birds, ex­hibits im­ages she took in places where John James Audubon once painted, and hunted, birds.

The event be­gins with a re­cep­tion for the pho­tog­ra­phers at 6:30 p.m., fol­lowed by the sa­lon, which lasts un­til 9 p.m. Photo-eye is at 376-A Gar­cia St. Call 988-5152, Ext. 112, for de­tails. There is no charge to at­tend.

Krista El­rick: Prince Wil­liam Sound, 2009, pig­ment ink print

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