Happy to say that four of my images will be part of the Silicon Valley Plastic Camera Show taking place from July 13 through October 19 at the Art and Art History Gallery at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, CA. The show was juried by the estimable curator Ann Jastrab, former juror of the annually fabulous, but sadly now defunct, RayKo Plastic Camera Show in San Francisco. It's great that the tradition of the RayKo show lives on. I'm hoping this will be the beginning of an annual show for those of us who use plastic cameras.
My show images are, "Astoria #9", "Malpeque Ridge Trees #12" "Orb #2" and "Turners Falls #18". A variety of strange cameras and dubious rolls of film were used to create these images, including a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash, a modified Holga and a Cardinal Cinex. Very expired film was used for the Turners Falls, Malpeque and Astoria images.
There will be a reception for the show on October 12 from 6-8 p.m at the gallery located at Santa Clara University.