Reinkensmeyer Photography Exhibit at the State Bar

October 04, 2015  •  4 Comments

If you’re in the Flagstaff area, please stop by and see our Arizona landscape photography exhibit at the State Bar. The show includes 24 color prints on aluminum plates, exploring scenic areas from the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley, the Superstition Mountains, San Francisco Peaks, Vermilion Cliffs, and San Rafael Valley.

Located in the building which formerly housed the Shane Knight Gallery, the State Bar features live music and a wide array of Arizona wines and beers.  The whole setting was delightful on our opening this past Friday, the same evening as the Flagstaff Art Walk.

My sincere thanks to the State Bar owner, Attorney Brian Webb, and manager, Eva Rupert, for the opportunity to display our photography at this unique Northern Arizona venue.  These folks are great supporters of the arts and we genuinely appreciate their collaborative approach.  

A special thanks to my lovely wife, Anita, for her tireless work in planning and hanging the exhibit, and to our family for their strong support … as always.  

The exhibit runs during the months of October and November, 2015, at the State Bar, 10 East Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona.   Phone:  928.266.1282. 

Epilogue:  Yesterday, we scouted out the nearby San Francisco Peaks area for autumn colors.  We found patches of vibrant golden leaves in the high elevation Aspen groves.  We’re hoping that the lower elevations will be in full Fall color for our return photography trek next week. 

 

Marcus Reinkensmeyer

www.mwrphotos.com 

Related posts:  Peaceful San Rafael Valley, Snow Laced Sedona, Frozen Meadow Aglow, Autumn Aspen Reflections, Northern Arizona Sunflowers, and Superstition Mountain Storm


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Marcus Reinkensmeyer(non-registered)
Randy: That means a lot coming from you. Now, we need to get our for more photos. Thanks, my friend. Marcus.
Marcus Reinkensmeyer(non-registered)
Eva: It is our great pleasure to show at the State Bar. Thanks again.
Eva Rupert(non-registered)
Thanks for sharing your lovely work with us!
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Might be the cooling thing I have ever seen. Congratulations!
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