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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 […]

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, […]

Reception at the Triton Museum – Friday, April 22, 6 – 8pm

The Richard Dischler Photography Workshops is pleased to announce it is continuing its tradition of award winning photography as five (5) members of the workshop classes had entries accepted in the Triton Museum of Art’s Statewide Photo competition, the 2016 Salon at Triton exhibit.  Over 1,450 entries were received and 124 works by 114 artists […]

2015 Award Winners Exhibit

Owning a pen doesn’t make one a writer anymore than owning a camera makes one a photographer. It takes more than the instrument to make the artist. It takes innate talent, discipline, desire, and vision. Like a writer with his first draft, the writing needs editing, refining, shape, and vision. The same could be said […]

Rhythm 2016 Exhibit

Owning a pen doesn’t make one a writer anymore than owning a camera makes one a photographer.  It takes more than the instrument to make the artist.  It takes innate talent, discipline, desire, and vision. Rhythm 2016 celebrates the vision of the most recent six month graduate members of the successful  Richard Dischler Photo Workshop. […]

At Close Range Exhibit

Some images ruminate and gestate for years before being photographed.   Others inspire a more spontaneous response.  Concrete residue.  Urban graffiti.  Monterey Bay Aquarium.  Fertility gods at a Japanese temple.  San Bruno BART station. Washington Mall.  Point Lobos.  Pistol River Beach.  Cracks and rust.  Sidewalks and walkways.  Alleyways and parking lots.  Most were taken from […]

Isolated Decay Lively Vibrance

Desert and Oasis Photography by Craig Colvin and Paul Italiano In Western civilization every home has a chair. We sit in chairs: around the dinner table, while working at our desk, during family gatherings, in rows at church, and while watching TV. Chairs are ubiquitous pieces of furniture wherever people work, play, worship, eat, or […]

Form Exhibit Reception – Sunday, October 25, 2015

Since homo sapiens developed the ability to fashion something from nothing, the human body shape has served as a muse, an inspiration, an obsession for creating cave man drawings, Renaissance paintings, fine art and erotica, grotesque nudity, digital selfies, and other less acceptable forms of expression. In this exhibit, Craig Colvin and Charles Mujie choose […]