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Preview of the Show

Portfolio Showcase 2017

A Juried Show with Selected Portfolios by

Don Agnello
Edgar Ballestas
David Braitsch
Steve Malloy Desormeaux
Tom Kredo
Joel Krenis
Susan C. Larkin
Paul Schwedfeger

Judges for the Exhibit
Gunther Cartwright
Jessica Johnston

August 8 - September 3, 2017

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All images copyright by the individual photographers

A Selection of Photographs from the Selected Portfolios

Queens Bridge Illuminated by Edgar Ballestas

Queens Bridge Illuminated
Edgar Ballestas

Motherwort by Susan C. Larkin

Passion Flower
Susan C. Larkin

Silo City #7 by Tom Kredo

Silo City #7
Tom Kredo

Anciet Wheels - Lecce Italy

Ancient Wheels, Lecce, Itally
Joel Krenis

Architectural Abstract #8 by Don Agnello

Architecural Abstract #8
Don Agnello

Gordon A. Howe Building by David Braitsch

Gordon A. Howe Building, Rochester, NY
David Braitsch

Atlantic Avenue #1 by Steve Malloy Desormeaux

Atlantic Avenue #1
Steve Malloy Desormeaux

Be Still My Heart by Paul Schwedfeger

Be Still My Heart
Paul Schwedfeger

Photographs by Others in the Exhibit

Lion Pair at Sunrise by Gary Paige
Lion Pair at Sunrise
Gary Paige

Maasai Scenic: Kenya by Myrna Paige
Maasai Scenic: Kenya
Myrna Paige

Matera Nights by Steve Levinson
Matera Nights
Steve Levinson
Shapes of Rochester by Carl Crumley
Shapes of Rochester
Carl Crumley

Faces #1 by Don Menges
Faces #1
Don Menges
by Joelle Rose
Joelle Rose

Ancient Wisdom by Betsy Philips
Ancient Wisdom
Betsy Phillips
Summer Solstice 2011 by Sheridan Vincent
Summer Solstice 2011, Durand Eastman Beach
Sheridan Vincent



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