A Different Point of View Exhibition at the OC Great Park
In the Spring of 2013 I’ve attended two workshops at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine, CA. You can read about my thoughts about former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro visit in my previous post. As part of the workshop series we were also asked to submit any or all of our images, which were then juried by The Legacy Project. I am happy to announce, that two of my images were chosen to be displayed at the exhibition entitled A Different Point of View. Please read the formal announcement for dates and other info. If you are visiting the Great Park during the Summer, come see our images of the places usually hidden from the public view.
A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW
The Legacy Project Photography Workshops Exhibition
Saturday, June 15 – Sunday, September 1, 2013
Artists Studios at the Palm Court (The Park’s entrance is at Sand Canyon and Marine Way, adjacent to Hwy. 5)
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 15: 1:00pm-3:00pm
While documenting the transition of former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro into the Orange County Great Park, The Legacy Project members famously turned a giant jet hangar into the world’s largest camera and used it to take the world’s largest picture. From March 2 through May 18, 2013, The Legacy Project offered a series of on-site photo workshops providing participants an opportunity to improve their photographic vision and technique while accessing historic MCAS El Toro. This exhibition, juried by The Legacy Project, features photographs captured by participants of the photography workshops.
Featuring photography by Jeff Antenore, BJ Bateman, Greg Borchardt, Jennifer Bruwer, Mark Chamberlain, Jesse Childers, Leonard Correa, Lori DeNicola, Malena dePersis, Dennis Doran, Kevin Erikson, Judy Flagg, Jacques Garnier, John Hesketh, Anna Johnson, Rob Johnson, Glenn Kasai, Tricia Kennedy, Marlene Klein, Darlene Laguna, Douglas McCulloh, Rita Medina, Mark Muckenfuss, Gizella Nyquist, Toni McDonald Pang, Denny Saunders, Andrew Schmidt, Clayton Spada, Robert Staeck, Jennifer Tacujan, Carey VanDruff, Kevin Vincent, Kyle Webb, Mihoko Yamagata, Jenner Yamane-Woodring, Todd Young, and Gary Zager.