“Exposure Time II” opening this Thursday, September 1, 6-8pm at ViewPoint Gallery.

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Please join us this Thursday, Sept. 1 from 6 to 8 pm for the opening of our September exhibition, Exposure Time II. This is the second biannual exhibition of work by photographers who have taken courses or workshops through PhotoWorkshops.ca. This year, the submissions to the exhibition were to be selected around the theme “Something Old, Something New”. PhotoWorkshops.ca offers a series of evening courses throughout the year at ViewPoint Gallery.



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This Thursday, July 21 at 7pm:

“Interest/Inspiration lost and regained.” – Carl Snyder

On Thursday, July 21, ViewPoint member Carl Snyder will present a talk about creativity and inspiration. After a near lifetime of being involved with photography, Carl lost interest and inspiration for 18 months. This presentation will explore how he worked and thought to regain what was lost.

Open to ALL • FREE to attend

ViewPoint Gallery, 1272 Barrington St. (at Morris), Halifax.

Viewpoint’s 2016 Int’l Competition winner for July 2016

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­­2016 ViewPoint Gallery Photography Competition – July 2016 winner/ Second Place winner. Brian Hunt – Canada

Brian Hunt: Biography

As a product of the 60’s and 70’s, I was greatly influenced and shaped by those years.  It was a time of ideas, music and artistic expression.  Early work included pencil sketches, charcoal drawings, prints, and watercolor.

Those middle years were busy with work and family, but in recent years, photography has inspired me to begin a new journey of expression. As the clock ticks on, I feel more and more compelled to leave something behind. Some marker that says I was here. I hope to build a body of relevant work that can be that legacy.

Artist Statement:

It was an unusually warm and clear day for March.  As I walked through the hotel lobby doors that morning, I set out to explore the city, not knowing what I might find.

To some, a funeral.  To me, an astonishing gathering of people, dignitaries, media, the curious, the haves and the have nots. Together in the streets to show their respect.

All I knew of Rob Ford was what the media had wanted me to know.  But these people, numbered in the thousands, told the truth. And this man, not of great status or wealth, saw fit to wear his Sunday best. It spoke volumes about what this mayor meant to the people of Toronto.