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N 0 B 441 C 0 E Aug 31, 2011 F Sep 1, 2011
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And his name is....uh...I forgot to ask. It was a open mic comedy night at a local art gallery. I went to snap photos of people, something I very rarely ever do but, I am being to really like it.

This guy did not come to perform but instead sang original songs and recited scenes from plays. He was asked to get up there which he did. He was awesome. I have a ton of great expressions from this guy as well as a few others.

I opted for a B&W conversion with some grain added in post. Not enough of a rough feel from my camera at ISO 6400 ;) Also added a frame. This guy was so animated.

N 0 B 329 C 4 E Oct 9, 2010 F Jan 17, 2011
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N 5 B 1.3K C 19 E Mar 5, 2011 F Mar 6, 2011
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Opening reception for the art exhibit "Beauty in the Beast"

Beauty in the Beast
Art with, by, about, or for animals. During the opening reception we'll be joined by some actual beasts, too!

March 2–27

Opening Reception: Sat. March 5, 7–10pm

Gallery X
169 William Street
New Bedford, MA
(508) 992-2675 ‎

www.galleryx.org

Gallery X occupies the former Universalist Church

Tags:   gallery new bedford ma art gallery artist exhibition hdr photomatix dxo pentax k-5

N 3 B 1.7K C 8 E Aug 6, 2011 F Aug 8, 2011
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Photo taken during the opening reception for the Public hanging 22 exhibit at Gallery X in New Bedford, MA. Great turnout!

www.galleryx.org

Located in New Bedford's historic downtown, Gallery X is an artist owned and operated community art center. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is open to the public free of charge. Gallery X occupies the former Universalist Church at 169 William Street, just blocks from the Whaling Museum, National Whaling Historical Park and the city's blossoming entrepreneurial business district. Our 150-seat facility hosts local and national visual and performing artists, musicians and writers.

Tags:   gallery new bedford ma massachusetts gallery x hanging reception fisheye art artists crowd hdr tone mapped pentax k-5 non-profit public hanging Frank C. Grace Trig Photography


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