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Photo Exhibits - The Built Environment - Photo Exhibit November 2009
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The Photography Club of Davis & The International House of Davis Presented:

Art Exhibit: “The Built Environment”,

At The International House of Davis

10 College Park, Davis, CA 95616
 (530)753-5007

November 13 - December 9, 2009

 

   "Passage to the Heavens" Copenhagen, Denmark. Photo By Rob Floerke

  

 

 

 Reception:  Friday, November 13th, 6:00 - 9:00 pm

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Exhibiting Members: Samer Alassaad, Blaine Beaman, Bill Blakewell, Mark Castellucci, Howard Chew, Dean Dickerson, Seth Duffey, Clyde Elmore, Rob Floerke, David Jolkovsky, Ian Kennedy, Kevin O'Connor, Michael Radin, Bob Sahara, Jerry Schimke, Dick Stern, George Tchobanoglous.

  

"Our lives unfold within the natural environment – and the environment that we build. Most of our time is spent within structures that include our homes, our places of work, and the spaces that we share with the community. The built environment is a reflection of the history of the humanity and its aspiration towards new forms of expression. The images from the Photo Club of Davis illustrate the many forms that the built environment can take from all the corners of the world. Our works take the viewer from the ancient world of the middle east and Greece, to the temples of Asia, to the flowering of architecture during the Renaissance in Europe and finally to our own contemporary built environment. "