Manhattan Arts Center

The Manhattan Arts Center will be having a photography exhibit featuring local Manhattan Photographers.  I submitted five photographs.  Four out of the five were accepted for the exhibit.  Be sure to check out the exhibit, as it is sure to have some really great work.  All of my photographs are for sale, and most of the photographs in this exhibit will be as well.


Manhattan Area Photographers Exhibit

Opening reception & awards: August 29, 5-7pm

Exhibit open: August 30-October 11, 2014


A juried exhibit of 50 photographs by Kansas photographers located within a 40 mile radius of Manhattan. Open to all artists 16 years or older.

Falling Through The Canyon.  Johnston Canyon is located in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.  This was such a neat area to walk through.  This is the lower falls, which is still a nice little hike to get to.  Maybe next time we will keep on hiking to the next falls.

Pure Turquoise.  Lake Louise is a popular glacier fed lake in Banff National Park.  It has a Chateau that sets right beside it, that I am sure is a great place to stay.  We did not stay there this trip though.  We did take the time to hike up the mountain along the lake.  I am not sure how far I actually got, but it seemed like it was a ways up there. This is definitely a location that I plan on returning to.

Seattle Oarsman.  As the name and the iconic Space Needle both give away, this is Seattle Washington.  I have visited Seattle a couple of times now, and I always find myself at Alki in West Seattle.  It is a great location to see the skyline view of downtown Seattle.  

Signs Of Old.  I came across this old sign that had been abandoned in a sign grave yard.  I am not sure where it has been, but I was drawn to it.  I like the round tubes and large globe bulbs that create a repeating pattern.  (Received honorable mention)