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Animalia Photography Exhibition | With Juror Arlette Kayafas

03-27-2017 12:29 PM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: The Center for Fine Art Photography

Animalia Photography Exhibition | With Juror Arlette Kayafas

Animalia Events Dates
Exhibition: April 7 – May 13, 2017 Free Admission
Artist Talks: April 14, Doors at 5:30, Talks from 6:00 – 7:00 pm Free Public Reception: April 14, from 7:00 - 8:00 pm Free
Animalia Photography Exhibition | With Juror Arlette Kayafas I spent several long sessions looking at and reviewing the photographs – each encounter revealed more...whether it was a specific animal or place...I began to perceive a continuing theme of dignity. Having only experienced relationships with domesticated house pets, the journey to other places and more exotic animals was exciting. The power in the portrait of a crow or rescued sheep was intense and could not be ignored. The everyday images of pets in our home and our personal relationships were often humorous but usually revealed a connection, an emotional trust, and respect. –Arlette Kayafas for C4FAP
47 Featured Artists: Nicole Allen, Anne Berry, Karen Cohen, Sarah Corbin, Vernon DiPetro, Jim Dratfield, Dianne Drinnon, Mitch Eckert, Carol Erb, Anna Evert-DeHoag, Lane Gower, Pierre Hauser, Corey Hendrickson, Ileana Hernandez, Scott Herndon, Jennifer Steensma Hoag, Janet Holmes, Mark Hopkins, Melinda Hurst Frye, Mary Shannon Johnstone, Tom Jones, Siobhan Keleher, Carolyn Knorr, Ivan Koota, Linda Kuo, JJ L'Heureux, Dale Livingston, Joyce P. Lopez, Carol Lyon, Jolanta Mazur, Suzzane Metzel, Willard Pate, Bev Pettit, Lori Pond, Wendi Schneider, Wendell Shinn, Polly Steinmetz, Monica Stevenson, JP Terlizzi, Mara Trachtenberg, Tracy Wascom, Dawn Watson, Don Wolfe and Robyn Wood.

About C4FAP
Since 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography has been a preeminent supporter of photography. As a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, C4FAP is supported globally with donations, grants, and memberships. Based in Fort Collins, CO, the Center offers three public galleries with 20+ exhibitions yearly, classes, reviews and online exhibitions that give photographers and photography enthusiasts from all over the world an opportunity to engage with the Center and its community. For more information about C4FAP, including information on exhibitions, wor

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