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"HOW IT LOOKS FROM HERE"

A PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWCASE

Juried by Mario Gallucci

On view October 7 -  November 27

On view in the OSA Gallery October 7 - 27

Image: "Home" by Jim Kushman

 

About the Exhibition

Visit the OSA Gallery

2185 SW Park Place, Portland, OR 97205

Monday – Friday 10 AM – 4 PM and Saturday 1 – 4 PM

Last year we celebrated "Oregon in Extraordinary Times".  In follow up, this year we're seeing "How it Looks from Here".  This show is in partnership with the Portland Photography Forum, open to all artists working in photography.


The juror, Mario Gallucci, awarded seven prizes. A final prize, The People's Choice Award, is decided by public vote and bestowed at the end of the Gallery exhibition. Come fill out a ballot in the OSA Gallery, or click "Let's Chat" in the lower right of this site and enter the artist's name and artwork title. Voting closes October 27, and the winner will be announced in a subsequent Weekly Wash newsletter (subscribe here).

Artwork in the show is available for purchase through this website or the Gallery, unless marked "not for sale" or "out of stock". Prices do not include shipping or handling.


Questions? Email info@ostartists.org or call 503-228-0706. See current Calls to Artists from OSA​.

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Awards

Seven works were chosen by the juror as outstanding works.
Click on an image to see the award, read the juror's note, or to purchase.
After October 27, the People's Choice Award winner will be added to this section.

 
 

Works on View

Click each image for title and details, or to purchase. Click "load more" to view entire show. Works can also be purchased at OSA.

 
 

Mario Gallucci

About the Juror

Mario Gallucci is a Portland based photographer specializing in fine art documentation, environmental portraiture, and architectural photography. Mario began his love affair with photography in 2005 while living and working in Kyushu, Japan. He is available for projects worldwide.

Select Clients:

Boom Arts, Cascadia BHC, Converge 45, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Gerding Edlen, Omnivore, Inc., Oregon Arts Commission, Oregon Symphony, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland Monthly Magazine, Security Properties, and many artists and galleries throughout Portland.

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