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LightBox reveals ‘Nature’s Way,’ ‘Storms’ at Art Walk

Group exhibit features work of 32 photographic artists

Published on November 9, 2017 12:01AM

A Roswell storm cell

Jody Miller photo

A Roswell storm cell

“Snowfall”

Tom Hyde photo

“Snowfall”


ASTORIA — LightBox Photographic Gallery hosts the opening and artists’ reception of “Nature’s Way” and “Storms” during Astoria’s Second Saturday Art Walk 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 11.

The “Nature’s Way” group exhibit features the work of 32 photographic artists from around the country that expresses the wonders of our natural landscape. The photographs take many interpretations of the theme; the only requirement is that the photo is in color. Jody Miller, of Astoria, juried the exhibit of 50 pieces.

Also opening on this night is Miller’s “Storms,” an exhibit of images currently released as limited-edition prints.

Our Earth is stressed and the future of our planet and our own existence is in question, the gallery wrote. Believers in science and climate change battle those who deny the negative impact man has on the environment.

“We hope to show Earth’s beauty and uniqueness … We honor the Earth and all its glory by exhibiting amazing color natural landscapes,” the gallery wrote.

“Nature’s Way” will show in the gallery Saturday, Nov. 11, through Tuesday, Dec. 5. The gallery offers memberships to be part of the community that helps further the mission of the gallery.

LightBox (1045 Marine Drive) is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Contact LightBox at 503-468-0238 or at info@lightbox-photographic.com. Visit lightbox-photographic.com for more info on this exhibit and to enjoy past, current and upcoming exhibits.



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