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More than words can say

Photographer puts a lifetime of journaling into artful ‘Passages’
Charlene Geiss gives an impromptu lecture Wednesday to eighth-grade advanced art students from Pagosa Springs Middle School while installing her “Passages” exhibit at Open Shutter Gallery.
The walls of the Red Room at Open Shutter Gallery are hung with still-life photographs of Charlene Geiss’ personal journals for “Passages.” The books also are on display to be read and examined by the public.
Craig Semetko spent a St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, Ga., during his road trip for “America: E Pluribus Unum” and caught a grateful reveler expressing her thanks to the troops.
Craig Semetko’s street photography of American life hangs in the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue. The photographer will visit Open Shutter on June 1 to speak about “America: E Pluribus Unum.”
Craig Semetko’s street photography of American life hangs in the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue.
If you go

The Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave., will host an opening reception for Charlene Geiss’ “Passages” from 5-7 p.m. today. “Passages” will be on display in the Red Room.
Also, writer and photographer Craig Semetko will speak about “America: E Pluribus Unum Out of Many, One,” at 5 p.m. June 1.
Both exhibits are on display through June 20. For more information, call 382-8355 or visit www.openshuttergallery.com.

More than words can say

Charlene Geiss gives an impromptu lecture Wednesday to eighth-grade advanced art students from Pagosa Springs Middle School while installing her “Passages” exhibit at Open Shutter Gallery.
The walls of the Red Room at Open Shutter Gallery are hung with still-life photographs of Charlene Geiss’ personal journals for “Passages.” The books also are on display to be read and examined by the public.
Craig Semetko spent a St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, Ga., during his road trip for “America: E Pluribus Unum” and caught a grateful reveler expressing her thanks to the troops.
Craig Semetko’s street photography of American life hangs in the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue. The photographer will visit Open Shutter on June 1 to speak about “America: E Pluribus Unum.”
Craig Semetko’s street photography of American life hangs in the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue.
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