For articles, see f2 eZine Archive 11 - July - Sept 2002

Archive #11 - July-September 2002

Exhibition Highlights
And Member Review

Also See Featured Galleries


Photographic Exhibition by Los Angeles Artist Carrie Nuttall

“Rhythm and Light ” is a series of intimate portraits of legendary rock drummer Neil Peart. The exhibit is a collection of hand-printed, rich black and white photographs made in Toronto in 2001 during the year-long creation of Rush's new album, "Vapor Trails." She set out to capture all of Peart, “… to portray his quiet grace to sheer brute strength, and as a result the images range from the lyrical abstract to stark realism." The work is a study in a classical sense of one of the world’s most leading musicians.

September 7 – 29, 2002

Artist’s Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002 7:00 - 9:00pm

1555 Echo Park Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90026


Kathleen Carr - WIPI Pro Member
Special Events and Exhibition Schedule



Kathleen Carr - Vision & Expression
Artists' Reception & Book signing, Sunday, September 1, 2-5 pm
Exhibit runs through November 24, 2002
Also represents my work
39165 S. Highway One, Gualala, CA 95445
(707) 884-4884
Open 11am - 5:30 pm Thursday through Monday
"Carnevale in Venice"
New Work on Canvas by Kathleen Carr
Artist Reception & Book signing, Thursday, September 5, 6-8 pm
Exhibit runs September 1 - October 12, 2002
534 Larkfield Shopping Center
Santa Rosa, CA
(707) 578-2020

Open 7 days a week
"CAMERA ART 4" Santa Rosa, CA
Collectable Fine Art Photography Festival
Saturday & Sunday, September 28 -29, 2002
10 am - 5 pm
Montgomery Village Shopping Center
Village Court Mall, Hwy 12 & Farmers Ln
Santa Rosa, CA

Book signing with exhibit,
plus SX-70 demonstrations on the half hour
September 21, noon - 3 pm
Exhibit runs through October 11, 2002
823 4th St., Santa Rosa, CA
(707) 545-1226 or (800) 258-8551
Open Monday - Friday, 10 - 6, Sat. 10 - 5
Online Gallery, July 1 - September 30
Online Interview and Book Review October 1 - December 31, 2002
BARNES & NOBLE, Santa Rosa, CA
Book signing with slide show
October 9, 2002, 7:30 pm,
700 4th St., Santa Rosa, CA
(707) 576-7494

Book signing with slide show, exhibit opening, and exhibit
October 18, 2002 6 - 8:30 pm
6821 Laguna Parkway
Sebastopol, CA
(707) 829-0429

Open Monday - Friday 10 - 8. Saturday 10 -6

Sonoma County Artists' Open Studios
October 12 - 13 & 19 - 20, 2002, 10 am - 5 pm
Private appointments are also available year round
Please visit my studio
Catalogs & info (including maps to the studios) available on the Artrails website
or e-mail

Book signings & Presentation
October 31 - November 2, 2002, 10 am
Polaroid Booth
Jacob Javitz Convention Center
Edward Carter Gallery, Mid-Atlantic
Lewes, DE
Represents my work
The Inn at Canal Square
122 Market St., Lewes, DE 19958
(302) 644-7513
Open 10am - 5 pm, Wednesday through Sunday
Copyright © 2002


The Los Angeles Breast Cancer Alliance
LaFoto Gallery in Santa Monica.

(LABCA) invites you to the gala opening reception of ViewFinder, a photographic exhibit, on October 5 from 7 to 10pm at LaFoto Gallery in Santa Monica. A number of WIPI members will have work displayed in the exhibit. ViewFinder is a fund-raiser to enable LABCA to continue to work on behalf of breast cancer. For more information, visit Celebrities including Bryan Adams, Jeff Bridges, Mary McCartney Donald, Diane Keaton, and Leonard Nimoy have donated photographs for a spectacular silent auction.

Please call the LABCA office at
310-453-1046 or email to to request an invitation to the
ViewFinder opening. Tickets are $25. It is your opportunity to enjoy a
special evening of photographic artistry, wine, food, and music, and to
participate with all those supporters and survivors of breast cancer who are
the heart of the ViewFinder event.

Women In Photography International Members selected to exhibit are:
Rose-lynn Fisher, "The Juggler" and "The Cave Dweller"s
Kenna Love, "Remembering Homer"
Lillian E. Wilson, "Reflection" and "Breathing"
Stephanie Flack, "The Jetty" and "The Jetty lV"
Liza Hennessey Botkin, "Century City Legs, Stalled Series #1"

Library of Congress recently acquired twenty-three photographs by Helen M. Stummer

The Library of Congress recently acquired twenty-three photographs by Helen M. Stummer as a gift/purchase for their permanent collection. The photographs document poor families living in Newark, New Jersey, Stummer's hometown. There are also selections from East 6th Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan where Stummer began her social documentary career in 1977.

Stummer's long-term commitment to the struggles and dignity of the poor is evident in her photographs. Whether photographing the spontaneity of children playing on inner-city streets and litter-strewn vacant lots, or the reality of the elderly struggling to survive on a fixed income, Stummer's photographs portray her subjects with respect and compassion.

The acquisition of Helen Stummer's photographs strengthen the Library's outstanding collection of documentary photography, which includes Lewis Hine's extensive photographic documentation for the National Child Labor Committee, the archives of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, and Ansel Adams's photographs of a Japanese relocation camp at Manzanar, California.

Also see WIPI Archive 5 January 2001 - March 2001

Galleries from Greece
from WIPI member Aliki Sapounzi

The following are a few web & email addresses of galleries that have been involved in a recent month of photography exhibition in Greece. email: (Greek-American Union) email: (Greek Museum) email: email: (Athenian Centre of Photography ) email:

Unlimited Contemporary Art, email:

Sigma Gallery Fax:+30107229272

Athens Art Gallery, Fax: +30107258216

Rebecca Camhi Gallery, email:

Diana Gallery/ Down Town, email:

Art Tower Agora / ArtNet Galleries, email:

Ios Gallery, Fax:+30108237111


Museums Magazine
A perfect Guide

President, Larry Warsh,
Editorial Director, Susan Delson

published by the Art Knowledge Corporation/New York

Guide to US Museums in 5 cities,
Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles,New York, Washington.

Art and literary content is excellent and beautifully presented in a 5 1/4” x 8 1/4” easy to handle guide.

A recent Los Angeles Guide (volume 3 Number 1)
Contents include: Feature stories Manuel Alverez Bravo at the Getty, Journey to the Holy Land at the Bowers Museum of Contemporary Art, and Pop Art and Beyond at LACMA, with a special San Diego section, along with a Department Section, containing New & Noteworthy (Hot show in brief) Museumgoer (News, tips, not-to-miss events), Family Focus (kid-friendly museum experience, Marketplace, (News, Tips,not to miss events), Inspirations,( Artists, architects and designers take the MLA museum quiz ), COLUMNS, Collections, Architeture 7 Design, Art, Cutting Edge, Photography, History Moving Image, Science & Nature, Etcetera, and more.

Each individual guide presents the Cities art in a well designed format for easy reading. Also in the Los Angeles edition there were 2 for1 or member for a day coupons to Hollywood Entertainment Museum, Museum of Tolerance, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, San Diego Natural History Museum, Museum of Latin American Art, Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Japanese American National Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art. If you urchase one guide (1 year 4-issues per city, current price is $16., two cities $31, 3 cities $46. They are working on their website at, so you won’t find much information there at this call (212) 604-0877 to subscribe.

For articles, see f2 eZine Archive 11 - July - Sept 2002