We welcome photographers with all levels of abilities!

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Programs will take place at the Edward King House, 35 King Street, Newport Rhode Island
Select this link to view the parking map

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the program begins at 7 PM. unless a different time is listed.

For more information about the Edward King House, select this link.


2019-2020 Schedule of Presentations and Events

Visit this page for updates and additions as the new season is still being planned.


Check with the staff at the King House if the gallery is in use before traveling to see the exhibit.  Juror's comments linked here.


December 18- Members Open photo removal from the Edward King House- noon to 2 and 5 – 6pm


January 8th- Registration deadline for Winter exhibit- details linked here!

This annual program provides members the chance to get the thoughts of an experienced image maker and learn from the comments shared during the program.  Members may submit up to three images digitally.  Please load them on a usb devise to be transferred to the laptop at the program.  If you have images to be shared, please arrive between 6:30 p.m. and 6:50 p.m.

Jan Armor; photographer, teacher and past president of the Guild will share his comments about the images shared.


January 29-winter exhibit image delivery


February 12th- 6:30 pm -Opening of Winter Exhibit

7 pm- Program- “Photography as A Spiritual Practice” 
We will learn the techniques of vision that will help us to create meaningful images and to practice photography as a path to self-discovery. With the aid of a specially prepared sideshow, and lectures with many references to the masters of photography (Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Minor White and Paul Caponigro) Ron Rosenstock will communicate the common thread of the creative process. 

From Ron’s recent artist Statement:
“Through photography I have sought to explore the space between the finite and the infinite. For me, photography is on the borderline, the veil between the known and the unknown….a search for what is beyond the doorway of perception. What draws me---what speaks to me----is the mystery."


Ron Rosenstock

BIO:
Ron Rosenstock is a photographer and a teacher of photography who studied with Minor White in private workshops from 1967 to 1973.  His first one-person exhibit was in the Creative Photography Gallery at M.I.T. in 1972. Since that time Ron has had more than 150 exhibits in museums and galleries in the United States and abroad. He has published six books that feature his photographs and has written numerous articles for photography magazines worldwide..
Ron has been teaching photographic vision and photography as a spiritual practice since 1969. He says: “My photographs are an attempt to understand the process of creation. They represent a personal search for answers to which the questions as well as the answers are wordless.  I regard photography not just as a way of seeing but as a way of living, a search or an exploration.”
Ron has led international photography tours in Ireland, Iceland, Greenland, Italy, Scotland, Cuba, Bhutan, Peru, the Czech Republic and Vinalhaven, Maine, USA.  He has also been a member of the United States State Department’s Art for Embassies program since 1998.


March 11th-winter exhibit image removal;

Serena Chalebois presents; There and Back Again~
This program describes how I tell the story of my wanderings and travels in a way that, I hope, allows others to experience the journey, delight in the details and explore other cultures and landscapes through my eyes and photographic artistry.

BIO: Photographic Artist, Serena Parente Charlebois of Serena’s Studio, is owner of Serena’s Studio, in Little Compton, RI;  a full time portrait studio in 1991. 
Serena is an award-winning photographer specializing in black & white and fine art photography. 
She is certified by the Professional Photographers of America, and has earned both her Master Photographer degree and Photographic Craftsman degree. 
Serena has received national recognition for her ability to capture emotional and natural portraits of children and their families.
Artist inspiration:

"I fell in love with the art of photography when I was just 9 years old. The rich memories captured and claimed forever on paper fascinated me."

"I try to compose and create images as if they were a song. I want my compositions to flow and engage and be a wonderful piece of art, that makes you always want to come back and experience again and again."


April 8th- Invitational Exhibit opening; Lindsay Elgin returns- topic to be shared at a later time.


May 13th- program details at a later date


June 10th- program details at a  later date


July- picnic- date and place to be shared at a later time


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