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See Tacoma through three different lenses at Madera showroom’s “Tripod” slide show

Post by Rosemary Ponnekanti / The News Tribune on Sep. 22, 2011 at 6:41 am |
September 19, 2011 1:51 pm
Sharon Styer's Tacoma can be seen at the Madera "Tripod" slide show this Friday night. Courtesy photo.

Sometimes, we take our home for granted. We ignore the spectacular, march past the unique. But while we might be so used to Tacoma, visitors see it differently – and so do artists. You can see T-town through a different lens – three, actually – this Friday night at Madera Architectural Elements, as three local photographers show their unique views in a “Tripod” slide show of Tacoma sights.

Kevin Freitas, known for his work on the Feed Tacoma blog, joins professional photographer Chip van Gilder and Sharon Styer to share views of Tacoma that you might never have seen: a darkened alley, a reflected bridge, a midnight stroll. The evening is part of a series of artists’ photograph slide shows that the Madera artisan co-operative has been organizing for a few months now.

The “Tripod” slide show runs 7-8:30 p.m. Sept. 23 at Madera Architectural Elements, 2210 Court A, Tacoma. $5 donation at the door. 253-572-1218, www.maderawoodworking.com


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