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By the Print Night Photographers

December 31–March 1, 2021, Grover Gallery, 237 Taylor Street, Port Townsend.

Gallery hours are Thursday-Sunday 12-5.


THIS JURIED EXHIBIT features 42 fine art photographs covering street, nature, portrait and abstract themes from participants in the popular long-running “Print Night” community of photographers. The monthly “Print Night” event was established by Port Townsend School of the Arts faculty Rick York in collaboration with photographer Chuck Moses in 2018 and has remained an enduring collaborative art group even as pandemic restrictions necessitated the move to a virtual setting. The group meets regularly to share work, discuss photography history, current trends and enjoy the community of fellow professional and aspiring photographers.


For more information visit www.northwindart.org


Three prints of mine were chosen for this exhibit two of which are not part of the Solace of Space collection. Some wonderful work if you get a chance to make it by the gallery.

Pacific Tones © 2020 Brian Goodman

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Updated: Jan 25

2020 is in the rear view mirror and I believe I heard a world wide collective sigh of relief at midnight on the 31st of December! We finally made it. And what better way to start the new year than with a new exhibit and award!


I'd like to thank the Collective Visions Gallery in Bremerton, WA and juror Michael D'Alessandro for selecting "Through the Haze" as the 1st place choice in the

photography/digital art category in the 14th Annual CVG Show. It's an honor to be chosen amongst such talent. Thank you again!


"Through the Haze" was captured at Lake Crescent on the Olympic peninsula on a foggy and smoke filled morning during the record setting wildfires that burned through the western United States in 2020. It was captured using an Alpa TC with 35mm lens and a Leaf Aptus-II 12R digital back.


For more information visit www.cvgshow.com


Through the Haze © 2020 Brian Goodman

It's been a while since I created a new piece for the Solace of Space collection. Between Covid-19, putting the finishing touches on the book, exhibit and web site for Manzanar: Their Footsteps Remain, creating the Solace of Space website (which you are currently viewing), a road trip to Los Angeles, the west coast in flames, and a non-stop insane news cycle, life has been pretty crazy, to say the least. But it's time to get back to it, and I must say, I'm looking forward to getting my creative juices flowing again. And right out of the gate, here is my first piece for 2020, entitled Reflected. Its ethereal, dreamy feeling in soft pastel tones is the perfect antidote for 2020.



Reflected - Olympic Peninsula, Washington © 2020

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