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Peter C. Jones, Photographer, KMR ArtsCheckered Lilies, Peter C. Jones


WHO: Candlebrook Properties, KMR Arts, Photographer Peter C. Jones, guests and residents, 251 Dekalb luxury rental community.

Peter C. Jones, Photographer, KMR ArtsThe Pink Cosmo, Peter C. Jones

WHAT251 Dekalb, King of Prussia’s new luxury rental community, boasts an on-site art gallery as part of its innovative and robust lifestyle amenity profile. On June 28th from 5:00 – 7:00pm, the gallery will host an art exhibit opening reception featuring a new installation by fine art photographer Peter C. Jones. Curated by KMR Arts.

Peter C. Jones, Photographer, KMR ArtsEmpress Nasturtiums, Peter C. Jones

The exhibit, “Still Lives” explores the visual category of the still life and is the result of over a decade of exploration of the still world. Jones’ latest exhibit features images that depict glowing interiors, reflective surface, saturated color and gauzy layers that encourage the viewer to be present, to look, and to feel. The open-to-the-public event invites guests to view the new installation, enjoy wine, light bites and live music, while experiencing a taste of the elevated style of living 251 Dekalb offers.

WHENWednesday, June 28, 2017, 5:00PM – 7:00PM

Peter C. Jones, Photographer, KMR ArtsOpen Window, Peter C. Jones 

Peter C. Jones, Photographer, KMR ArtsSnipe’s Vessel, Peter C. Jones

WHERE: 251 W Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA 19406, Building 1

Peter C. Jones, Photographer, KMR ArtsRainy Day Nasturtiums, Peter C. Jones

“Peter C. Jones is a fine art photographer, documentary film director and producer, and author. Born and raised in New York City, he graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design where he studied privately with Harry Callahan. Jones’s artful life is reflected in his numerous and varying artistic roles and interests. Peter C. Jones is President of the Josef and Yaye Breitenbach Foundation, a former member of the Board of Fellows at The Center For Creative Photography. Jones is also a former consultant to The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Aperture and the Estate of Paul Strand.” – Peter C. Jones

Peter C. Jones, Photographer, KMR ArtsAfter A Long Lunch With Dominique, Peter C. Jones

Thank you to Deepika Subbiah, Cashman & Associates, for the content of this post.


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Kirby Fredendall, Painter & Alex DamevskiKirby FredendallEvening Falling, oil on canvas, 36″ X 48″, 2016

Kirby Fredendall, Painter & Alex Damevski, Photographer present:

“New Work”, an Open Studio event, November 5th   & 6th , 2016

The studios will be open from 11:00am – 5:00pm daily at 1448 Street Road, New Hope, Pa.

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5th, 6 – 9:30pm

Kirby Fredendall is a formally trained artist who attended Duke University. Her new body of work depicts recent landscapes inspired by Friend’s Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. These images represent a dramatic departure for Fredendall who has been successfully showing her abstractions for many years.

For Kirby Fredendall,  “The visual drama of the lake is never the same. Multiple conditions of light created by the time of day and the weather create textures in the water, patterns in the clouds, and juxtapositions of color that vibrate with one another to form a compelling visual and highly personal experience.  Fredendall additionally “enjoys the manipulation of paint and how that process in itself contributes to the life and form of the final image.” These images represent her interest in the beautiful and ever changing landscape of upstate New York.

Raised in Carversville, PA, Kirby Fredendall has taught painting, drawing, and design for 23 years at Solebury School, and now also teaches from her home, Glendale Art Studio.

Alex Damevski is a Yugoslavian photographer who immigrated to the United States. He attended Syracuse University and later attended Temple University for his graduate work.

Memories around photography as a child in a new country inspired Alex Damevski deeply and the affinity for photography has never left him  – from pressing the shutter, to developing the film, to his current use of digital photography.

On his work Alex Damevski states: “When I look at a subject or a scene that I am going to photograph I frame it in my mind and think about things that have influenced me. A painting, a song ,a memory , or a person. The image I capture makes me revisit these thoughts and hopefully causes the same reaction in the viewer.”

More information can be found on the artists’ websites: www.kirbyfredendall.com and www.alexdamevski.com

Kirby Fredendall, Painter & Alex Damevski

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PHOTOgraphy 2013

Philadelphia Sketch Club. PHOTOgraphy 2013

Philadelphia Sketch Club, PHOTOgraphy 2013

Delivery: Hand Delivery Friday and Saturday, June 28 and 29; 1-5 p.m. at the Club (see address below).

Entry Fees:

Active The Philadelphia Sketch Club members: $8 for each piece or $20 for three. All others: $10 for each piece or $25 for three.


Unaccepted work: Friday and Saturday, July 5 and 6; 1-5 p.m. at PSC Accepted work: Saturday July 20; 1 – 5pm at PSC.


Available at www.sketchclub.org July 2nd

The Philadelphia Sketch Club

235 Camac Street (between 12th & 13th and Locust & Spruce) Philadelphia, PA 19107 Exhibition Chairs: Chair: Melvin Chappell: machappell@earthlink.net Co-Chair: Kenneth Weiner – note2kenweiner@verizon.net

Reception: Photographers and patrons are invited to the opening reception on Sunday, July 7; 2-4 p.m. Awards will be presented at 3 p.m.

Juror Tony Ward is an Internationally renowned award winning photographer, educator, and the author of several books on photography. His work has been published in magazines like Men’s Health and Cosmopolitan. His fine art prints are widely collected, exhibited and syndicated around the world. Tony’s photographic imagery unites his primary love, erotic art, with his perennial passions for fashion, art and current events. He has taught a course on “Introduction to Photography” and “Photography and Fashion” at the University of Pennsylvania.

Prizes: The Jurors will select works for exhibition & award prizes for both traditional and digital work. Works Eligible: Up to 3 pieces utilizing any photographic process, traditional or digital, black & white or color. All submitted work must be offered for sale during the exhibition. No transparencies will be accepted. Maximum framed size 30”x40”. All work must be framed with glass or Plexiglas, wired and ready for hanging. No clip frames. Improperly framed pieces will be rejected

Liability: All submitted work will be handled with care; however, The Philadelphia Sketch Club assumes no liability for loss or damage.

Sales: The gallery will be open on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. for the duration of the exhibition. A sales attendant will be on duty. The Philadelphia Sketch Club will assess a 25% commission on all sales.

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PHOTO prospectus 2013

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