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Archway Gallery Opened for business on April 1, 1976. Images courtesy of A Tone Productions, displaying raw snapshots of the October 30th feature film release “Slice O’ Cake”: Atonepro.com/SliceOCake It was the creation of a group of artists that had decided the time was right to take artistic control of the process of selling art. From the start, Archway was conceived as an artist- owned gallery – it would be owned and operated by the artists who would take complete responsibility for the operation of the business. Initially, Archway had 11 members: Elaine Adams, June Adler, Judy Bush, Mary Bush, Joan Calabro, Dorothy English, Joyce Gould, Janet Hassinger, Marianne Hornbuckle, Stephanie Nadolski, and John Zanders. In October of 2008 Archway moved into its present location with almost 4000 sq-ft of space, the gallery now has 30 artist-members. Archway has been a key player in the lives of over 110 Houston artists, allowing them to grow both their artistic and business skills. Words from Stephanie Nadolski, one of the original founders of the Gallery and director for many years:I cannot begin to count the ways Archway contributed to my entire artistic professional career. The artists who were there for support and inspiration and the loyal clients that became our friends added many layers of dimension to my personal and professional growth. Its first mission statement: "Archway Gallery is a partnership of regionally and nationally recognized professional artists. The gallery concept evolved in order to provide a showplace for these talented members to exhibit their work and to insure artistic freedom and individual control of quality and content. These artists are committed to promoting art with the community and to educating the public and an understanding and sharing of aesthetic ideals and purposes." Location: 2305 Dunlavy * Houston, Texas 77006 Hours: Sat. – Sun. 10 – 6 pm * Sun. 1 – 5 pm Phone: 713 522-2409
GENE PEACH PHOTOGRAPHY Captures The Moment On Print And It Out Shines The Moon Gene Peach an assignment and stock photographer in Santa Fe, NM. He maintains a large and comprehensive stock photo library of New Mexico, with specializing in location portraits, events, tourism, architecture, and landscape photography. Gene have been photographing the cultures and landscapes of New Mexico for more than thirty years. His work appears regularly in magazines and books and has been featured on more than three hundred publication covers. He has published four award-winning coffee-table books, to date, and his exhibit "Making a Hand: Ranch Children of New Mexico" toured nationwide to fourteen museums. He loves being at the center of the action, exploring diverse cultures, and creating visual stories. The love chasing light and trusting chance full time. Originally a fine arts painter, He became a photographer to communicate beyond just the art world. I think photography second only to music in its ability to reach a mass audience. Gene Peach is committed to creating images with spirit, soulfulness, and cultural depth. My goal is to make my subjects shine. He is always shooting and always looking for work and new projects. Please contact me: gene@genepeach.com Visit www.genepeach.com for more details
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Archway Gallery Opened for business on April 1, 1976. Images courtesy of A Tone Productions, displaying raw snapshots of the October 30th feature film release “Slice O’ Cake”: Atonepro.com/SliceOCake It was the creation of a group of artists that had decided the time was right to take artistic control of the process of selling art. From the start, Archway was conceived as an artist- owned gallery – it would be owned and operated by the artists who would take complete responsibility for the operation of the business. Initially, Archway had 11 members: Elaine Adams, June Adler, Judy Bush, Mary Bush, Joan Calabro, Dorothy English, Joyce Gould, Janet Hassinger, Marianne Hornbuckle, Stephanie Nadolski, and John Zanders. In October of 2008 Archway moved into its present location with almost 4000 sq-ft of space, the gallery now has 30 artist-members. Archway has been a key player in the lives of over 110 Houston artists, allowing them to grow both their artistic and business skills. Words from Stephanie Nadolski, one of the original founders of the Gallery and director for many years:I cannot begin to count the ways Archway contributed to my entire artistic professional career. The artists who were there for support and inspiration and the loyal clients that became our friends added many layers of dimension to my personal and professional growth. Its first mission statement: "Archway Gallery is a partnership of regionally and nationally recognized professional artists. The gallery concept evolved in order to provide a showplace for these talented members to exhibit their work and to insure artistic freedom and individual control of quality and content. These artists are committed to promoting art with the community and to educating the public and an understanding and sharing of aesthetic ideals and purposes." Location: 2305 Dunlavy * Houston, Texas 77006 Hours: Sat. – Sun. 10 – 6 pm * Sun. 1 – 5 pm Phone: 713 522-2409
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GENE PEACH PHOTOGRAPHY Captures The Moment On Print And It Out Shines The Moon Gene Peach an assignment and stock photographer in Santa Fe, NM. He maintains a large and comprehensive stock photo library of New Mexico, with specializing in location portraits, events, tourism, architecture, and landscape photography. Gene have been photographing the cultures and landscapes of New Mexico for more than thirty years. His work appears regularly in magazines and books and has been featured on more than three hundred publication covers. He has published four award-winning coffee-table books, to date, and his exhibit "Making a Hand: Ranch Children of New Mexico" toured nationwide to fourteen museums. He loves being at the center of the action, exploring diverse cultures, and creating visual stories. The love chasing light and trusting chance full time. Originally a fine arts painter, He became a photographer to communicate beyond just the art world. I think photography second only to music in its ability to reach a mass audience. Gene Peach is committed to creating images with spirit, soulfulness, and cultural depth. My goal is to make my subjects shine. He is always shooting and always looking for work and new projects. Please contact me: gene@genepeach.com Visit www.genepeach.com for more details