Posted on February 26, 2017
*we are open by appointment only until March 3
March 3-31, 2017
artists’ reception: March 17, 6-8pm
Hahnemühle USA special rsvp event: March 18, 12-2
A photograph starts with an idea, a click of the shutter – but the art of the photographer cannot be fully appreciated until it is in our physical presence. It is a part of Rfotofolio’s mission to encourage and promote the art of making the photographic print. Rfotofolio and Photo Méthode Gallery are pleased to announce March 2017 we will be exhibiting INPrint.
INPrint was Rfotofolio’s call for entries that put the focus on the final product of the photographers vision, the photographic print or object, not the jpeg on the screen. A photograph may start with an idea, a click of the shutter, but the art of the photographer cannot be fully appreciated until it is in our physical presence.
Rfotofolio was founded to give photographers access to a larger audience, and to educate the public about all types of photography through our sites, exhibitions, interviews, and articles.
We feel that art can make a difference in the quality of life for many individuals. Who has not been affected by the images we see? From showing the consequences of climate change and pollution, to finding solace in the image of a single flower. Art also serves to remind us that there is beauty in this world.
Rfotofolio supports the work of artists who are struggling to make a living through photography or who are using photography for the social good by awarding the Rfotofolio Grant. Rfotofolio.org
top left image: Andrew Bale
top right image: Bob Cornelis
Andrew S. Bale
On March 18, 2017 from 12noon-2pm the gallery will be closed to the public to offer a free limited attendance rsvp event:
Hahnemühle USA Presents
Why to Print and Why Paper Makes the Difference!
Motivated to print? Curious about the connection between paper and image and how paper choice affects the look of your print? Join us on March 18th for an informative session on printing and papers.
Veronica Cotter will discuss the importance of printing and the link between image and paper. She will have samples of a wide variety of Hahnemühle Fine Art and Photo based papers. Veronica is the Education Development Manager for Hahnemühle USA. She has worked in the photo industry for 30+ years, and strongly believes a photograph isn’t complete until it’s printed.
Photo Méthode Gallery offers thanks to Carol Boss and Veronica Cotter of Hahnemühle USA for this educational opportunity.
Attendees are asked to bring 5 prints of their work. Arrive with a notebook, questions and an open mind.
Please contact us on the form below to request attendance – space is limited so rsvp soon!