The annual Party in the Park is a delightful evening of delicious food, fun, entertainment, artwork and amazing fireworks. PASNWPA will hold an exhibit at the LEAF facility during the “Arbor EATem” fundraiser on Saturday, August 25th, 2018. The show will run through Tuesday, August 28th, 2018.
Come spend the day learning and creating an amazing levitation image! Full working knowledge of your camera and an understanding of layers and masks in Photoshop is required.
Instructor: Christine Erin (Christine Erin Photography)
Participant must be at least 16 years of age.
articipant must have full working knowledge of camera and be able to comfortably shoot in Manual mode.
Participant must have access to a laptop or computer on which Adobe Photoshop is installed.
This workshop will require a camera, a laptop or computer with PS, and the ability to download your images to your device during the session. We will be meeting at Mosaic Erie, then going on location to shoot our levitation images. We will break for lunch, and then come back and edit our photos to create the final levitation shot.
By signing up I agree to the following Model Release terms:
Images created during this workshop are for photographers personal use only (website, social media, etc).
Models are to be provided with one high resolution image for their personal use (website, social media, etc).
No sales of images allowed by either party.
Photographers Educational Conference
World-class speakers and hands-on workshops give you the very best educational experience possible in a three-day extravaganza of knowledge, excitement, and great fun.
This year, the Expo is growing again! Featuring an even more impressive lineup of programming for the best dollar value you will find anywhere. Hands on workshops and this year 10 Tracks so there is something for everyone.
Business of Photography
Need inspiration? Check out some of this year's speakers at: www.canamphotoexpo.com
Learn multiple techniques to enhance your images and take them to the next level using layers, masks and textures.
Instructor: Patti Larson
Level: Intermediate - Advanced
$69.00 - includes lunch
CLASS IS FULL - Please check back for future offerings
The Barber National Institute is proud to present The Jay & Mona Kang Art Show & Sale "Celebrating the Possibilities."
Artists can submit up to two pieces. Youth (up to age 18 or high school student ) may enter free of charge. Adult artists are charged a $15 non-refundable fee for each submission.
Drop-off dates are Thursday, March 8 and Friday, March 9, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, March 10, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
The Adult artist award reception is Thursday, April 12, 5-7:30 p.m., by invitation.
The show is free and open to the public on:
Friday, April 13, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Public Wine & Cheese served from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday, April 14, Noon-3 p.m.
Sunday, April 15, Noon-3 p.m., Youth Artist Award Ceremony at 1 p.m.; art activities for kids including the popular Art Scavenger Hunt.
Monday, April 16, 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Visit https://www.barberinstitute.org/events/art-show for more information or to download the Call for Entries.
“All the World is a Photograph”
at the Heeschen Gallery
of the Meadville Council of the Arts
910 Market Street, Meadville, PA
Opening Show: Saturday, March 10, 2018 3 – 6 pm
Exhibit continues through April 7, 2018
Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday 9 am – 5 pm; Sat 10 am – 2 pm
The members of the Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern PA (PASNWPA) will be participating in an exhibit titled, “All the World is a Photograph” at the Heeschen Gallery of the Meadville Council of the Arts, located at 910 Market St. in Meadville, PA. The opening show will be held on Saturday, March 10 from 3 – 6 pm when PASNWPA Members will be in attendance to discuss the techniques used in creating their works of art. The exhibit continues through April 7, 2018 with gallery hours Monday through Friday from 11 am to 4 pm and Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm.
The show will feature the artwork of many of Erie’s well-known photographers and members of the PASNWPA, including Tracy Dorsch, Christine French, Candy Felege, Ric Gilson, Melinda Isachsen, Patti Larson, Kathy Maloney, Patty Menz, John Misterovich, Terry Pytlarz, Bob Raydo, Patty Raydo, Monica Schwegman, Jim Steadman, Barbara Weaver, Kathy A Welte, and Greg Zbach.
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About Heeschen Gallery
The mission of the Meadville Council on the Arts is to enrich quality of life and provide arts education opportunities for individuals, organizations, and our communities by supporting creation, production, promotion and exhibition of the visual, performance, and craft arts. The Heeschen Gallery is our flexible, venue space that regularly showcases exhibitions for emerging and established artists, and it serves as an educational opportunity for the community to learn about different art forms.
PASNWPA is a non-profit organization that advances Fine Art photography in the Northwestern Pennsylvania area and helps provide economic benefits for its member artists. Among its stated goals are: to organize and conduct gallery exhibitions, to provide education on Fine Art photography to the public, and to provide member artists a gallery on the PASNWPA webpage to showcase their images.
PASNWPA Contact Information:
More detailed information on each class (as well as signups) can be found on our website at www.mosaicerie.com
Photography Workshops (one day events)
January 13 – Basic Photography (Patti Larson)
February 3 – Artistic Studio Lighting Concepts (Christine Erin/Santina Eger)
Photography Classes (ongoing for 4-6 weeks)
Intro to Photoshop – Begins January 17 (Wednesday evenings) –Patti Larson
Night time/Long Exposure Photography – Begins February 5 (Monday evenings) – Paul Gibbens
Intro to Photography – Begins April 4 (Wednesday evenings) – Matt Mead
Workshop: SEO and Social Media for Small business
Can be beneficial to anyone with a website and certainly to photographers trying to promote their work….taught by Brad Ford on February 24.
The Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern PA (PASNWPA) is hosting their 2nd Annual Holiday Show at Erie Arts & Culture, located at 23 West 10th Street, Suite 2, Erie, PA 16501 on Friday, December 1st from 7 to 10 pm during Gallery Night. The exhibit continues through December 8 and admission to the show is free. The show will feature the artwork of many of Erie’s well-known photographers and members of the PASNWPA including Candy Felege, Patti Larson, Kathy Maloney, John Misterovich, Terry Pytlarz, Bob Raydo, Patty Raydo, Monica Schwegman, Jim Steadman, Barbara Weaver, Kathy A Welte, Gayle Winslow, and Greg Zbach. In addition to framed photographic artwork, there will be matted pieces, note cards and other photographic creations for sale just in time for the holidays!
Opening: Friday, December 1, 2017
7 to 10 pm during Gallery Night in Erie
Exhibit continues through December 8
Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday 9 am – 5 pm
23 W 10th St Suite 2, Erie, PA 16501
The Photographic Arts Society of NWPA is presenting a full-day photography seminar “How to Create Successful Macro Images” with Mike Moats, award-winning macro photographer and Tamron Image Master.
This comprehensive close-up/macro photography instructional photographic seminar is designed to enhance your visionary and technical skills related to shooting close up to your subject.
Cost: $59 (includes lunch). Seminar seating is limited. Reserve your spot for this high-quality seminar by sending a check in the amount of $59 payable to ‘PASNWPA’ to Candy Felege at 9147 Francis Rd, Girard PA 16417.
You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (814) 881-4241 to make a reservation.
About Mike Moats
Mike Moats is an award-winning, professional macro photographer from Sterling Heights, Michigan. Mike’s love of photography, which started out as a hobby in 2001, has since evolved into a full-time business. In addition to creating his own images, Mike added “Close-up/Macro Photography” workshops into the mix in 2006, and he now also makes speaking appearances at photo conferences nationwide, leads intensive Macro Boot Camps around the country, and produces comprehensive macro videos and e-books to assist other photographers with their macro goals.
Recruited as a member of the Fuji Pro Talent Team in 2006, Mike is also honored to be a Tamron “Image Master” and a Vanguard Pro. He has won numerous local, national, and international awards. Mike’s first book, Tiny Landscapes, was released in 2008, and his images and how-to articles have been published in various magazines, including Outdoor Photographer, Nature’s Best Photography, Shutterbug, PC Photo, Nature Photographer, Photo Life, Whisper in the Woods, and Michigan Fish and Game Finder; in photography collections such as the North American Nature Photography Association’s (NANPA’s) Expressions book and the Pure Michigan tourism companion; and in various corporate collateral, including on the Tamron USA blog and in Fujifilm newsletters.
For more information on Mike Moats, visit his website: http://www.tinylandscapes.com/
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, November 3, 2017
Meet the Artists from 7 pm to 9 pm
Exhibit runs from November 1 through December 30, 2017
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday – 9 am – 5 pm, Saturday – 9 am – 3 pm, Closed Sunday and Monday
The exhibit, titled “Impressions,” will feature the fine art photography of PASNWPA members. Admission to the exhibit is free and all artwork is for sale. PASNWPA members, whose high quality photographic artwork will be displayed at the exhibit, will be present at the opening reception to discuss their own photographic images as well as the goals of PASNWPA in promoting photography as fine art. Featured artists include many well-known local photographers, including Tracy Dorsch, Candy Felege, Christine French, Steve Friel, Rick Gilson, Laura Gooley, Melinda Isachsen, Patti Larson, Kathy Maloney, Bob McConnell, John Misterovich, Terry Pytlarz, Bob Raydo, Patty Raydo, Heather Reichel, Rebecca Samler, Monica Schwegman, Anna Marie Seneta, Kathy A Welte, Gayle Winslow, Greg Zbach and others.
About Meadville Fine Arts, LLC
Tim & Mary Kirk are the owners of Meadville Fine Arts, LLC and have lived in this community since 1980. Through their fine art gallery and store, they provide high quality art and photography reproduction & finishing services, training and community fellowship of fellow artists and an outlet for artists & photographers to sell and promote their work. Meadville Fine Arts is also a source for high quality art for the home and office and a destination for visitors to our community.
The exhibit, titled “Visual Perception,” will feature the fine art photography of PASNWPA members. All artwork is for sale. PASNWPA members, whose high quality photographic artwork will be displayed at the exhibit, will be present at the opening reception to discuss their own photographic images as well as the goals of PASNWPA in promoting photography as fine art.
About Sensory Winery and Art Gallery
Sensory Winery and Art Gallery is a contemporary, abstract gallery that produces small-lot highly blended cult wines that cannot be found anywhere else. Their vision is to meld the perception of our senses into one location through visual artwork, taste-and-smell wines, sound, music and video commentary. Sensory Winery and Art Gallery seeks to deliver an appreciation for the arts. Their wine, like their artwork, is constantly changing.
Solo Show by Member Terry Pytlarz
Artist’s Reception: Feb 18 from 1pm to 4pm
10am – 5:30pm Monday through Friday
10am – 5:00pm Saturday
Noon – 4:00pm Sunday
Terry is a long time member of the Erie Photography Club and a founder of the Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania (PASNWPA). He has presented his Make A Statement in Black & White photography seminar to both organizations.
To see more of Terry’s work, visit www.terrypytlarz.com
The Photographic Arts Society of NW Pennsylvania (PASNWPA) is presenting a “Members Show”
Opening Reception: Gallery Night Friday, December 2, 2016 7 – 10 pm
Exhibit continues through December 9, 2016
Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm
PASNWPA is presenting an art exhibit hosted by Erie Arts & Culture starting on Friday, December 2, 2016 and running through December 9, 2016. 15% of artwork sales will go directly to the PASNWPA Scholarship Fund.
Members of the PASNWPA will be present at the opening reception on Gallery Night, Friday, December 2nd to discuss their fine art photography. Many well-known local photographers will be representing the group, including:
Pamela LaskowskiKathy Maloney
Heather ReichelRebecca Samler
Gayle Winslow and
PASNWPA members are always happy to discuss their techniques for capturing their images as well as their use of the plethora of tools available to them to further enhance their digital images and create works of art!
The Fine Art Photography that will be on display ranges from colorful artistic images and panoramic views of the countryside to touching images of people with a view into their daily lives as well as black and white images with a range of tonal values.
PASNWPA is a non-profit organization that advances Fine Art Photography in the northwestern Pennsylvania area and helps provide economic benefits for its member artists. Among its stated goals: to organize and conduct gallery exhibitions, to provide education on Fine Art Photography to the public, and to provide member artists a gallery or website link on the PASNWPA webpage to showcase their images.
About Erie Arts & Culture:
The mission of Erie Arts & Culture is to strengthen the vibrancy and vitality of the Erie Region and enrich the lives of our people through the advancement of arts and culture. Additional information about Erie Arts & Culture is available online at http://www.erieartsandculture.org.
"Shoot The Light" photography seminar with Charles Glatzer
October 15, 2016 – 9:30AM to 4PM
Zurn Hall, Room 107 (W 7th Street)
Shoot the Light Instructional Photographic Workshops and Technical Series are comprehensive, designed to enhance your visionary skills, as well as your technical execution. Special emphasis is placed on creating images with Visual and Emotional Impact; using creative techniques, compositional elements and light to design in-camera images that are a cut above.
My success as a commercial photographer has been characterized by my ability to see and understand light. Wildlife photography is the same without exception. Light quantity, quality and direction should be assessed independently, although together they render the image. The amount of illumination determines the exposure, while the quality and direction of the light source relative to my position renders the scene and subject as viewed.
Being aware of the lighting direction relative to the subject will allow you to choose a camera position that will enhance your unique vision, as well as the subject. “Light Illuminates, Shadow Defines”.
Every Instructional Photographic Seminar has but one goal; offering the participant the most education for the dollar. Planned by a professional photographer for photographers, each is unique, dedicated to bringing you only the finest in photographic instruction. Our workshop schedule with new and exciting venues are sure to please even the most discerning wildlife and nature photographer.
Expand your photographic horizons. Learn to “Shoot the Light.”
$35 – includes lunch in cafeteria
High School and College Students are free but most be registered (see below) and have valid and current Student ID (including lunch)
Advance Registration for all participants (including students) REQUIRED
- Mail a check for $35 made payable to PASNWPA to
7341 W Lake Rd
Fairview, PA 16415
- Send email to email@example.com to reserve and pay at the door
- Call 823-9005 to reserve and pay at the door
Members of the Photographic Arts Society Of Northwestern PA (PASNWPA) will be participating in the Tall Ships Erie 2016 Festival Marketplace at the Bayfront Convention Center.
Member Photographers John Misterovich, Patty Raydo, Kathy Ludwin Welte, Candy Felege, Laura Gooley, Rebecca Samler, Patti Larson, Anna Marie Senita, and Kathy Silverthorn Maloney will be displaying images of tall ships, their details, nautical images, lighthouses and more.
Visit the Festival Marketplace this weekend:
Friday, September 9, 2:30pm to 7:00pm
Saturday, September 10, 10:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday, September 11, 10:00am to 5:00pm
We look forward to seeing you there!
PASNWPA member Christine French, together with local nature artists, John Ballard and Carrie Anne Tredo, will be having a three-person show titled “A Natural World in Three Perspectives.”
Opening Reception is
Friday, May 20 from 7-9
Enjoy food and wine tastings!
The common theme of these artists is nature.
Each one of them depicts nature in their art, but in a variety of ways with different materials. John Ballard creates unusual wood assemblages of dimensional wall art from driftwood, glass, rock and debris, that he finds on the shores of Lake Erie. Carrie Ann Tredo, like John also creates assemblages. Her assemblages are from wood, found, organic, and natural materials. A common theme for her work is trees. Her work is very tactile and 3-dimensional.
Whereas, Christine French’s primary work is Photographic Collage. She takes her printed photos of nature, and then works into them with paint, markers, and polymer medium. Her work is both colorful and textural. However, like John and Carrie she does also work in wood. For this show, she will be showing five sculptural driftwood wall Avatars. In addition, Chris will be displaying glass mosaic windows made from beach glass and other materials.
Sensory Winery & Art Gallery
10593 West Main Road, Route 20
Ripley, NY 14775 716-736-2444
Dates May 8 to June 25, 2016