Sun to Moon Gallery — Dallas

July 18, 2012 § 4 Comments

Nine photographers, all members of the North Texas Alternative Process Group, are participating in a show opening Saturday, July 21 at the Sun to Moon Gallery in Dallas.  We have four Nocturnes hanging on the wall, 6, 9, 11, and 16.

Nocturne Number Nine comes to us courtesy of Diane Johnson Boddy of Dallas.

Nocturne Number Eleven comes to us courtesy of Dinah and Barry McNew of Greenville, Texas.

Nocturne Number Sixteen comes to us courtesy of Dayna March Phillips of Irving, Texas.

This is Nocturne Number Nine, the ghost pier across from the Walmart in Pass Christian, Mississippi.

A brief article in the Dallas Morning News mentions one of the Nocturnes:  http://www.dallasnews.com/entertainment/arts/headlines/20120712-antiquarian-avant-garde-photography-opens-albert-mena-continues.ece?ssimg=643817#ssStory643818

And a notice in the Dallas Design District News has a similar comment: http://www.dallasdesigndistrict.net/2012/07/antiquarian-avant-garde-photography-works-by-the-north-texas-alternative-process-group/

Thank you, Diane, Dinah, Barry and Dayna!

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§ 4 Responses to Sun to Moon Gallery — Dallas

  • Hi Judy. My name is Jennifer Brimmage. I saw one of your nocturnes on a Facebook post for a show at Sun to Moon Gallery. I am so inspired! I love making pinhole images, and I am slowly learning about other techniques. I just wanted to thank you for sharing your journey and your art.

  • sgs says:

    Hey Jennifer, this is from gayle the other “old woman” thank you for writing to us and best of luck on your journey!

  • jfsherrod says:

    Jennifer! I totally missed your comment. Where was I on July 24? Hey, you need to attend the next meeting of the North Texas Alternative Process Group. How do I send info to you?

    • Jen Brimmage says:

      Hello ladies! I was at the north Texas alternative process group meeting in October. I plan on making the next meeting and hope to meet you there!

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