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African Exhibit – New Location

The African exhibit has moved to the Pemberton Library in Browns Mills, New Jersey. More than 50 images are displayed including the wildlife and the people. Descriptions about each image are also provided with this exhibit.

The exhibit will be hanging until December 30th. Come and check it out at your leisure.

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South Of The Border Exhibit

You are invited to the opening reception of “South Of The Border”, a photographic exhibition presented by three photographers – Patricia Worley, Joanna Patterson and Larry Lyons. The opening reception is  on Friday, October 7th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Hansen Warner Gallery Space, 6 South Main Street, Medford, N.J.

More than 60 images are on display. This exhibition takes you to the Pantanal Wildlife Reserve, Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley of Peru, Chile, Argentina, the Amazon and much more. Check out the announcement for other receptions.

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Wings Exhibit – An Invitation

You are invited to the opening reception of “Wings,” a photographic exhibition presented by the South Jersey Camera Club (SJCC) on Tuesday, July 12th from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Hansen Warner Gallery Space, 6 South Main Street, Medford, N.J.

This unique exhibition captures the peak of the nesting season in Southern Florida. The 65 images feature a wide variety of birds building or enhancing nests, courting rituals and raising chicks which were taken during a recent photographic field trip in March 2016.

The five day excursion lead by SJCC Field Trip Coordinators, Pat Worley of Medford Lakes and Larry Lyons of Woodbury, focuses on prime birding areas in the Cape Coral area including Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island; Venice Area Audubon Rookery and Corkscrew Sanctuary.  The group photographed various species including the Burrowing Owl, Painted Bunting, Eagles and various types of Egrets and Herons all in the beauty of their natural environment.

In addition to Worley and Lyons, the other members of the club participating include Bob Chappell, Karen Crisfulla, Albert Galanti, Susan Chilkotowsky-Kain, Fred Lambert, Susan LaPierre, Kathleen Lapergola, and Cindy Mezick.

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Award: An Image from the Amazon

This image entitled, ‘Doing Laundry In The Amazon’, was awarded ‘Best of Show’ by the Photographic Society of America (PSA) within the interclub competition for projected images. It was submitted on behalf of the South Jersey Camera Club competing with more than 30 other camera clubs.

Doing Laundry In The Amazon

‘Doing Laundry In The Amazon’ © Larry A Lyons

This image was captured from a dugout canoe on a tributary of the Amazon River when visiting the city of Iquitos, Peru.

Award Announcement – Snowy Owl

This image entitled ‘Snowy Owl’  was awarded second place in the juried photographic exhibit held at the Medford Arts Center in Medford, New Jersey.

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This image along with 35 other amazing images are on display at the Medford Arts Center until March 18th.

Medford Arts Walk Exhibits- An Invitation

Tonight (February 18th from 5 to 7 p.m.) is the final receptions for three separate  exhibits held at Medford, N.J.

The Medford Arts Center is presenting a juried Photographic exhibit with a wide diversity of photographic images contributed by New Jersey Photographers. There are over 35 images on display.

The “All About Nature” exhibit held at the Hansen Warner Building is also a juried exhibit by the very talented South Jersey Camera Club members. There are over 60 images on display.

Stop by this evening.

February ArtWalk on Main

 

Great American West Exhibit – An Invitation

You are invited to our next “Great American West” exhibit by Larry Lyons and Pat Worley. This exhibit will be hanging at the Deptford Galleria, Deptford, NJ from January 22 to March 30, 2016. The exhibit includes over 65 framed images captured from national parks including Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Redwood Forest, Badlands, Yosemite, Desert Valley, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion, and much more.

A reception will be provided on Sunday, February 28th, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. There will be flutists playing and hors d’oeuvres being served. Save the date.

Feel free to contact me at lalyons@comcast.net if you have any questions.

The GAW- Feb 28 Reception

 

February 2015 Exhibition Announcements

Two exhibit announcements to be made for the month of February 2015.

Three images were accepted into the 2015 Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography. This is an annual exhibition that is a juried competition from entrants from all over the world.

For the “Photojournalism Projected” competition a total of 632 images were received and a total of 155 images were accepted. Two of my images, entitled “Wedding Caravan” and “Innocence”, were accepted for the “Photojournalism Projected” competition.

'Wedding Caravan' © Larry A Lyons

‘Wedding Caravan’ © Larry A Lyons

'Innocence' © Larry A Lyons

‘Innocence’ © Larry A Lyons

For the “Color Projected” competition a total of 1,257 images were received and a total 296 images were accepted. My image, entitled “Vigilant”, was accepted.

'Vigilant' © Larry a Lyons

‘Vigilant’ © Larry a Lyons

The projected images can be viewed on February 22nd and March 1st from 12 noon to 5 pm at Arshst Hall, University of Delaware, Wilmington, Delaware.

In addition, three ‘printed’ images were accepted at the Medford Arts Gallery in Medford, NJ. A juried exhibition of all prints can be viewed at the gallery during the month of February. One of the prints, entitled “Out of Africa”, was a metal print that received an “Honorable Mention” award.

'Out of Africa' © Larry A Lyons

‘Out of Africa’ © Larry A Lyons

The other two images (Innocence and Vigilant) are displayed as fine art prints.

That is enough of the bragging.

 

African Exhibit Invitation

You are invited to our next “African Adventure” exhibit by Larry Lyons and Patricia Worley. The exhibit will be held at the Deptford Galleria, Deptford, NJ from June 9th until September 10th, 2014.   A reception and slide show will be provided on June 22nd from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. The slide show will provide a conservation perspective of the most dangerous animals including the lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and the rhino.

'An African Adventure Exhibit'

‘An African Adventure Exhibit’

This is the fifth exhibit that Larry and Pat have given related to their African experience.  The exhibit displays over 70 framed prints including the wildlife and the people of Africa. You do not want to miss this exhibit and reception.

 

An African Adventure: The People

You are invited to an exhibit entitled “An African Adventure: The People” by Larry Lyons and Patricia Worley. The exhibit will be at the Cherry Hill Library, Cherry Hill, NJ for the month of February 2014.

Here is the announcement about the reception:

'An African Adventure: The People'

‘An African Adventure: The People’

A reception and slide show will be provided on February 8th, 2014. The slide show will present the experiences that Larry and Pat had as volunteers with the African Impact Organization for a six-week period from from September through October 2012. The slide show presentation will focus on working and playing with the Zulu children, photographing people at work and even photographing  a wedding at a small village in Mozambique.

This is the third exhibit that Larry and Pat have given related to their African experience. The previous exhibits focused on the wildlife and conservation. Some of the images from the previous exhibits can be found at this blog.

Here are just a few selected images that are displayed at the exhibit:

The children are patiently waiting for their cue to pick-up their bowls and have their lunch. The children are provided a breakfast and lunch each day at school. Every morsel of food in their bowls is consumed.  The orderly behavior exhibited by the children was endearing that provided a display of innocence.

'Innocence' © Larry A Lyons

‘Innocence’ © Larry A Lyons

This is the door to the one-room schoolhouse (referred to as a creche) where these little ones were posing.  You can see some of the crafts that they created hanging from the ceiling. A creche provides the initial foundation of learning for these young Zulus.

'Tree of Knowledge' © Larry A Lyons

‘Tree of Knowledge’ © Larry A Lyons

Washing their hands before eating was a required ritual. This little one needed some help and her eyes just say “My Turn”.

'My Turn' © Larry A Lyons

‘My Turn’ © Larry A Lyons

Here the children are practicing their letters on an outdoor chalkboard.

'Learning The Alphabet' © Larry A Lyons

‘Learning The Alphabet’ © Larry A Lyons

Ziggy, a community relationship counselor for the African Impact Organization, is requiring each child to pronounce the letter and word before being permitted to go out and play. The children line-up and wait their turn. One child was held back until the end to try again.

'Rite of Passage' © Larry A Lyons

‘Rite of Passage’ © Larry A Lyons

An unexpected encounter while strolling along the dirt roads of a seaside village in Mozambique was viewing and photographing a caravan of a wedding party. The first pick-up truck carried the entire troupe of bridesmaids while the bride and groom followed in a truck decorated with balloons.

'Wedding Caravan' © Larry A Lyons

‘Wedding Caravan’ © Larry A Lyons

Once the wedding party arrived at the market place the celebration literally moved into “full swing”. You can feel their rhythm with their movements and the singing in their native language was absolutely beautiful.

'Party!' © Larry A Lyons

‘Party!’ © Larry A Lyons

A fisherman with his homemade raft was poling through a series of fish traps within Kosi Bay estuary. Kosi Bay is a series of four interlinked lakes in the coastal northeastern region of South Africa and is a World Heritage site.

'Gone Fishing' © Larry A Lyons

‘Gone Fishing’ © Larry A Lyons

Stay tuned. There will be upcoming posts related to more wildlife images from Africa.