Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Chasing the light

Posted by Peter Gutmanis on January 15, 2018 in Art, Inspiration, Nature, Photography | No Comments

When we visited Newfoundland’s Fogo Island in iceberg alley a few years ago, our mentor, New York photographer Alex Fradkin, extolled the virtues of fog. Waking again this morning to the plaintive moan of foghorns, an oddly soothing sound, …

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Out of Sight at the Nanaimo Art Gallery

Posted by Peter Gutmanis on October 6, 2016 in Art, Inspiration, Photography | No Comments

I’ve just returned from the Nanaimo Art Gallery’s current show, Out of Sight, a Vancouver Art Gallery touring exhibition of the works of Eadweard Muybridge and Harold Edgerton. Both photographers were fascinated by our subjective perception of motion, …

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‘Eat Your Veggies’ show: opening reception April 7th at Studio 126

Posted by Peter Gutmanis on April 7, 2016 in Art, Events, News, Paintings, Photography | No Comments

My painting ‘Red Onions’ is in the group exhibit “Eat Your Veggies” that runs April 7- May 22nd at Studio 126 in Vancouver’s Chinatown.

My daughter-in-law Samantha Gutmanis of My Kitchen Love will also be featured in …

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‘Nostalgia of Food’ show opens tonight!

Posted by Peter Gutmanis on February 6, 2015 in Art, Events, Paintings, Photography | No Comments

We made the Scout List! Our group show ‘Nostalgia of Food‘ opens tonight at Studio 126 in Vancouver’s Chinatown. Scout Magazine mentioned our opening reception in their renowned must-do round-up, ‘Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do …

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Headshot

Posted by Peter Gutmanis on April 8, 2014 in Photography | No Comments

Last weekend I asked David Ellingsen, a very talented photographer whose work I have admired for years, to take a headshot for this website. I found the process very professional and David made me feel more comfortable than self-conscious. …

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A visit to the VAG

Posted by Peter Gutmanis on March 27, 2014 in Art, Paintings, Photography | 56 Comments

Saw the Lawren Harris & Edward Burtynsky exhibits at the VAG. Both, at a point, portray vast, beautiful, iconic images.

Harris underwent as broad and striking an artistic evolution as Picasso, from representative, to impressionistic, then sculptural, then geometric …

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