Harmony 2016 – Where We Live – Open House and Reception, Saturday, September 17, 2:30 – 5pm

There will be an open house and reception on Saturday, September 17 , 2016 from 2:30-5 pm at the Peking Duck Restaurant, 151 California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94306


An exhibit of fine art photography by photographers participating in Richard Dischler’s Pre-Visualization Workshop.  The works of local photographers George Herman and Daniel McLean are featured on display.

We are, some would say, blessed to live in California, but what does that mean? Is it the coast, the cities, the various activities we can do?

Here is the work of two award winning photographers, members of the RDPWS:
George Herman and Dan McLean: California Required

We are, some would say, blessed to live in California, but what does that mean? Is it the coast the cities, the various activities we can do?

The exhibit features images from down the “street” and from the mountain areas of California.  This is where we live.

We trust you enjoy these images.

George Herman, george.e.herman@gmail.com.

Dan McLean, dan_mclean@mac.com

Women Only Exhibit – Open House Sunday, Sept 18, 1-4pm

This exhibit is currently on display at Keeble & Shuchat Photography, 290 South California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94306.  The exhibit will be open until September 28.


Women Only Please

Not that long ago, the signs on a restroom would read, “Ladies Only.”  The women’s movement came along, and it changed to “Women Only.”  Now, it has become “Gender Neutral.”

Do women really look at the world through a different lens?  Are they limited in their vision?  Is it all pink colors and pretty flowers and cute pets?  Decidedly NOT.

Ask Georgia O’Keefe, a master artist of world renowned, who said, “Where I was born and where and how I have lived is unimportant.  It is what I have done with where I have been that should be of interest.”

A clear photographic voice comes from the heart.  We invite you to look closely at and engage with these images from the hearts of the women members of the RDPW.

Some have said these images sing.  Open up and listen.

These voices are clear and significant.

We hope you engage.