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 Lucy Barber, Kathy Wright, Wayne Eastep

Open Studios June 30 11 am to 4 pm

1330 – 1340 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 3423

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The Mission church is one of the oldest churches in America. Dedicated to San Francisco de Asis. An outstanding example of adobe mission architecture. Constructed between 1813 & 1815. Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico

Making an image of this magnificent adobe structure in Taos is a little like photographing the sunset.  Probably every photographer who has traveled to Taos has made an image of this beautiful building.  This is mine.

There is an elemental earth feature to this structure and the presence of the human hand which drew me to make this image.   I feel it illustrates the art within architecture.

This image will be featured in the show “Art of Architecture” at my gallery on June 30.

For those of you who can not make the show, but would like a print, contact me about sizes and prices,

Eastep Photography Gallery,  1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 34236                          Open by appointment, to arrange a time to visit contact:                                                        Wayne Eastep, 917.675.0640




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Art Within Architecture / Mission Church

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November 9, 2016

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America Divided



Kickstarter, Vanishing Cultures, Dennis Manarchy,

Marking History by Making History

It is rare that we have a chance to be part of making  history. This is one of those times when the marking of history ( 2014 is the 200th anniversary of the creation of the camera) is to be marked by the making of JAW DROPPING 4.5 FEET by 6 FEET  one of a kind view camera. Portrait Photographer, Dennis Manarchy the visionary will use the camera to document our unique and rich American culture.  This is a righteous use of such a remarkable creation.  I salute Dennis and his team.

I invite you to visit  Kickstarter and with me become a Backer and help make history happen. Wayne Eastep