The Los Alamos Photography Club is hosting its 26th annual show through May 26 in the Mesa Public Library’s Step Up Gallery.
The exhibition includes a wide variety of subjects, ranging from sweeping panoramas of landscapes to wild animals, exotic vegetation and flowers, to international portraits and action shots of air shows.
Photographers exhibiting at the 26th Annual Salon are: Eric Bjorklund, Beverly Cooper, Martin Cooper, Michael Devereux, Jenn Donley, Bert Harry, Patricia Hensley, Leigh House, Steven Howard, Kenneth J. Johnson, Andi Kron, Peter C. LaDelfe, Stephen Ledoux, Graham Mark, Ge Mills, Harvey Morgan II, David Moss, Jen Moss, Randal Pair, John Sarracino, Bob Walker, Laurie Walker, and Laurie Waters.
Many photos from the exhibit are available for purchase by contacting each photographer directly via their email addresses printed on each exhibit wall tag.
The public is invited to attend a guided tour from 5:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, during which photographers will guide visitors through the exhibition and discuss techniques, equipment and subjects, as well as only answers to visitors’ questions.
At this time, masking and social distancing are optional in the gallery, however, these guidelines may change without notice.
The Los Alamos Photography Club holds meetings on the third Tuesday of each month which are normally held at the Fuller Lodge Art Center. During the pandemic, however, meetings have been held online, via Zoom. More information about the club on the LAPC website: groups.io/g/lapc. Meeting topics include discussions of photographic techniques, photo equipment, travel journals, photo editing software, and other photography-related topics.
The club also sponsors occasional field trips as well as an annual presentation by a professional photographer. To find out more about membership, email President Leigh House at [email protected].
Step Up Gallery is on the top floor of the Mesa Public Library, 2400 Central Ave. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and closed on Sunday. Free entry.