David Wolf Photographs

Three Exhibitions at The Center for Fine Art Photography


logoSince its start in 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography has become one of the most visible and influential promoters of innovative contemporary  photography nationally. A richly diverse calendar of juried, themed exhibitions is curated annually by leading museum professionals, gallerists and photographic artists, and presented at the Center’s galleries in Fort Collins, CO.

In the past year, David’s work has been chosen for three exhibitions at the Center.

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Landscapes, curated by Chantel Paul, formerly Assistant Curator at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, features Faded English Lavender Bouquet from the series Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden.

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In Still Life, juror Rebecca Senf, Norton Family Curator of Photography at the Phoenix Art Museum and the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, has selected Angel Trumpet and Morning Glory from the same series.









An Open themed exhibit includes David’s assemblage Tule, No.1, printed on unexposed, expired paper from the project The After Life of Things, chosen by Shane Lavalette, Director of Light Work, Syracuse, NY.

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