He is self-taught and works in oils, acrylics and watercolor and has been drawing for as long as he can remember.
His ‘Light Seeker’ collection, featuring oils on canvas, depict themes of inner space and enlightenment in a surreal style. Multiple dimensions portrayed at once.
His ‘Faces’ collection are cubist expressions of the human face done in watercolors.
Join us on November 6th for the Midterm Watch Party, starting at 7 pm!
If you’re on Facebook, you can mark yourself as attending on our Facebook event:
National Pig Day BBQ!
Fellow Albuquerque Press Club Members –
It is that time of year again! The day that we gather together as a community and celebrate the fine specimen that is the venerable Porcine.
Pigs have played a valuable role in the history of our great Nation. However, they are also delicious.
To celebrate National Pig Day, we personally invite you, our members and your guests to join us at our 3rd annual National Pig Day BBQ with all of us here at the Albuquerque Press Club!
The Club will open at 4pm with appetizers available shortly thereafter and the full BBQ served at 6pm.
The suggested donation for the BBQ is $10 per person. All proceeds go towards new chairs for the Club.
Smoked Sausage Appetizer
Smoked Pork Belly
We look forward to seeing all of you at this years annual Pig Day BBQ!
Thank you for being a member of your Albuquerque Press Club.
Celebrate the new year by dancing the night away at the Albuquerque Press Club on Saturday, December 30 from 9pm-1pm!
This is a member and invited guests event only!
About the #brandish Series
#brandish is a series of photographs about the tools that artists in Albuquerque use to bring creative work into this world. Originally created by photographer Clarke Condé and writer Josh Stuyvesant for Pyragraph Magazine, #brandish is about each artists’ most-leveraged tool — that tool without which the artist would not be able to do his or her specific batch of creativity.
About Clarke Condé
Clarke Condé is a photographer, editor and New York expatriate (though not necessarily in the order) now living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Much of his photography over the past two decades has focused on telling stories about work and the people working. You can find his most recent book, Work in Rochester: the field guide to the economic life of Rochester, New York at Amazon and see more of his work at his website, Condéphotography.com.
November 3-November 30, 2017
6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Friday, November 3, 2017
The “Dark Skies New Mexico” photographers are Alan Osterholtz, Brian Spencer, Michael Littlejohn and Jose Sandoval, all hobbyists who have professional credits to their names.
Alan has had his photos featured in a National Parks publication. Several local news outlets have featured his photos, along with photos from the rest of the group, during monsoon season when lightning abounds.
Michael has been part of a Dark Sky campaign for the National Parks locally as well.
Brian is known for his time-lapse work and is a favorite among local models for fashion shoots.
Jose has gained a lot of knowledge and experience from working with these gentlemen.
Together, the group tries to meet up at least once or twice a year to go shoot the Milky Way in various parts of New Mexico. They have a common bond with their work, which tends to be a passion at times. All have worked hard to be where they are with what they have for equipment, and they will continue to be a group of record keepers for the night skies here in New Mexico and the various places they visit in their travels.