Sunday, October 18, 2009

Mark Jaremko

Bay Area night photographer Mark Jaremko has three great newsbits this week.

Mark recently achieved one of the milestones that most photographers strive for. He sold one of his photographs to a major art museum. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston recently purchased Mark's photograph Moon Rising, which is being included in their current show Moon, which runs through January 10th.

(Moon Rising, by Mark Jaremko)

Mark will also have an exhibition for his show Nightscapes at Houston, TX's John Cleary Gallery from Oct 24th - Nov 28th. The reception will be Saturday, Oct 24th from 6:00-8:00pm. On top of that, Kenneth Baker interviewed Mark for an article in the San Francisco Chronicle this morning.

If you're in the Houston area, try to check out both the gallery show, as well as the MFAH show.

4 Comments:

Blogger Billie said...

I saw the show and the work is great! So glad Anne Tucker purchases one of the images for the museum

7:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well i must say that image is very nice, different in fact. The shine and lighting on this image looks great. Whoever took this photo must be chuffed with it. http://www.garymaxwell.co.uk/home.html has photography services more for weddings and portraits really, but please have a look.

8:30 AM  
Anonymous Lance Keimig said...

Congratulations, Mark!!! I'm glad to see your efforts paying off.

6:19 AM  
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