NELFPC at VPC

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  1. papagene

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    The members of New England Large Format Photography Collective (NELFPC) will be presenting their work of Large format photography at the Valley Photo Center in Springfield, MA. Dates for the exhibit are March 4 - April 4, 2014, with the artists reception on Sunday March 23 from 2:00 - 4:00pm.
    Gallery hours are:
    Tuesday - Friday, 11:00am - 2:00pm and Saturdays by appointment only (contact gene LaFord - aka papagene - through this page for an appointment). The VPC is located on the mezzanine level across from the food court.
    VPC address:
    Valley Photo Center
    Tower Square
    1500 Main St
    Springfield, MA 01105
     
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    Just finished farming my work! All new - looking forward to the show.
    Tim
     
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    I also have some new work for the exhibit at VPC. This will be an exciting group show that is well worth the trip to Springfield!
    Thank you for your efforts gene!

    Dan Groth
     
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    New England Large Format Photography Collective (Nelfpc) is having its opening reception next Sunday the 23rd at VPC in Springfield, MA from 2-4pm. We are raffling off at least one print, who know what will happen!

    If you are not familiar with the group, please take a look at their website.
    www.nelfpc.com

    http://thevalleyphotocenter.yolasite.com/#/

    I hope to see you there!

    Dan
     
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    All right folks... just a friendly reminder that this coming Sunday March 23rd from 2:00 - 4:00pm is the artists' reception for the NELFPC exhibit at The Valley Photo Center in Springfield, MA. The gallery is located on the mezzanine level in Tower Square, 1500 Main St in Springfiled.
    Local photographers Jack Holowitz, David Matuszel, Dan Groth and yours truely are participants in this exhibit along with regional notables Steve Sherman, Tim Jones, Jim Kipfer, Marie and Glenn Curtis, Jim Fuller, Lloyd Trainor, Peter Wnek, Ralph Phill and Lazlo Perlaky.
    Please stop by, see some very fine photography and meet the photographers!
     
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    Always a good time. I'll be there this time, papagene.
     
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    I want to thank those who made the trip out to Springfield. I hope you enjoyed the photos on the wall.
    And Carl... how was the pizza?? :wink:
     
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    It was well worth the trip.
     
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    This is a great show. If you are within travel distance of Springfield, MA, you owe it to yourself to go see it.
     
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    Always good to see coverage, but the end result on that one was pretty lame. Channel 22 always was, even when i was growing up in CT.

    Much better show than the TV spot suggests. You don't need a "creative eye" to see it either.