If you’re in the Riverside area Thursday May 26, come by Back to the Grind coffee house tomorrow evening between 6p and 10p for the grand opening of the Saturation festival.
I have 12 BW images on display.
These are some of my favorite black and white images from Kodak Tri-X film.
At that time, fastest film was ISO 400. It was pushed to 1600 and developed in some cocktail of of sodium sulphite developer and a 2nd chemical whose name eludes me now.
Little Devotee was very personal photographic project.
I spent many a weekend in West Virginia overnighting in my sleeping bag on the floor of their ashram.
My photos are just a minor display on a wall.
There will be artwork from various other artists.
Again, I just happen to luck out to get nice display at Back to the Grind coffeehouse.
Back to the Grind coffee house
3757 University Ave, Riverside CA 92501
Time: 6 pm to 10 pm
Date: May 26, 2011
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And for those who can’t make it here, your next best thing is below.
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I’m in the process of creating a coffee table book from these images. There are actually more images so it was tough to narrow it down to 12.
If you’re interested in purchasing a book, contact me.
Peter Phun Photography
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3 thoughts on “Little Devotee images on display”
Thanks Peter. I’m being featured on another blog.
And my last client said that I, and my work, “are amazing.” Cool.
I’m slowly getting there.
Thank you. I see youâ€™ve been busy yourself being featured on Photo Grill. Nice going buddy.
Nice work Peter.
Congrats on the show and I hope to see your book in print soon.
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