Rivers & Streams – July 2020

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A selection of photographs by Ansel Adams and our Gallery's Represented Artists
Photograph of Alex Honnold by Jimmy Chin

UPCOMING EXHIBIT: Vagabonds to Icons: Photographs of Yosemite’s Climbing Revolution

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The Ansel Adams Gallery will be hosting our new exhibition “Vagabonds to Icons: Photographs of Yosemite’s Climbing Revolution” in Yosemite Village from May 24th to July 11th with works by Ansel Adams, Glen Denny, Tom Frost, Dean Fidelman, Corey Rich and Jimmy Chin among others on display.

Artist Reception with Painter James McGrew

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Recently, our Gallery celebrated a new exhibition of paintings by artist James McGrew. Members of our Yosemite community and park visitors joined together to experience James’ luminous works up close and learn more about the artist’s creative process and affiliation to Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Reverence: New Paintings by James McGrew

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pening on February 23rd and running through April 11th, 2020, “Yosemite Reverence: New Paintings by James McGrew” will showcase the dramatic beauty of winter storms and spring runoff; another chapter in the great relationship between humans and nature and art.

A Winter Lightshow in Yosemite Valley

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For the intrepid visitor willing to brave the cold and possibility of snow in the park in winter, Yosemite provides unique rewards.

Martino Hoss: Yosemite’s Inner Light

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Our gallery is excited to present an ethereal body of work by multimedia artist Martino Hoss, an artist with a deep and rich tie to Yosemite National Park. In an interview with our gallery, Martino shares stories of his greatest inspiration—his grandmother, pivotal moments that informed his artistic career, and the essence of Yosemite he is able to capture in the luminous medium of pastel on copper.
Trees in Fog, Shingle Springs, by Kerik Kouklis

A World of Alternatives – Original Photographs by Mark Citret, Jeffrey Conley, Vaughn Hutchins and Kerik Kouklis

Photography as an art form is not that old, and when we refer to Traditional Photography it is often in reference to the gelatin silver print — Ansel Adams’ preferred medium. In reality, what we now know as Alternative Processes — e.g. platinum, carbon, gum, collodion — often predated the more popular gelatin silver method by decades.
Trees in Fog, Shingle Springs, by Kerik Kouklis

Tom Killion

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My art springs from a love for the natural world, the bones of the land, the skin and fur of plants and trees. But it is the challenge of the printmaking process, its layers of reversal and carving, its always surprising results, that keep me at it year after year, image after image. I am just beginning to understand the power of visual communication, its topography and patterns that flow in the living river of time, outside the confines of word-structured thought.