If you are currently in the Santa Fe area, an exhibit at the FOMA Gallery should be on your list of photography exhibits to see. Photographer and activist J. E. Newman and wildlife activist and artist Victoria Seale collaborated on a project that explores coexistence, comfort zones, and beauty, and resulted in the exhibit that hangs through the end of the month. As the title indicates, it does involve snakes. Not live ones in the gallery but in the photographs with Victoria. The first two photographs are similar to ones hanging at the gallery.
Below are a few images I took of Victoria inside the gallery, featuring more of the project results. She was certainly better with those snakes than I would have been!
FOMA Gallery is located at 333 Montezuma Unit B in the Guadalupe Center, on the corner of Guadalupe and Montezuma. For more information, contact the gallery at 505-660-0121.
Thanks to Victoria and Joe for allowing me to use photographs and to Victoria for allowing me to photograph her in the gallery. And thanks to Steve, Marilyn, Catherine, Claudia, Lisa, TTT, and Ingrid for commenting on last week's blog.
until next Monday,
a passion for the image©