Our First Show is this Saturday, 11/20/2010 @ 2p.m.

PHOTOGRAPHY GRABS THE BULL BY THE HORNS – LITERALLY!

David Friend Photography’s First Western Film and Digital Photography Show

SAN DIEGO — November, 20, 2010 — The David Friend Photography studio will hold its first ever Western Art Show from 2:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 20, 2010. A follow up to the successful Towns Burr Gallery show earlier this year, the Saturday event will exhibit pieces inspired by the artist’s interwoven ties to the world of Cowboys and the Great West culture. Bring your Stetson hats, pile the family up into your trusty steed and head down to Old Town for a true Western Experience. Music and refreshments will be available free of charge.

Camaraderie, Art and Music Old Town’s only Photography Studio Barn!

  • View David’s temporary exhibition, Western Photography, displaying breath-taking landscape shots of the Great Plains, harrowing acts of bravery as a Cowboy takes a crazed bull, one-on-one, and serene candidates of local wild horses. David’s ability to capture the essence of the Western (not necessarily Country) culture, is truly something which should be witnessed in person.
  • Shop for a unique gift, the holidays are upon us! Take home your favorite print(s) or pick a print to give as a gift. Many sizes are available for every space.
  • Listen to the music of Trails and Rails! Coming from the San Diego area, they perform extensively in the Southwest and have been featured at many Western festivals and events, including the Cody Stampede, the Tombstone Western Music Festival and the Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival. Experience their energy and enthusiasm for this great music and let them reconnect you with the Old West!

For more information, please visit David Friend’s Photography website.

 

Photography grabs the bull by the horns – literally

 

David Friend Photography’s First Western Film and Digital Photography Show

 

SAN DIEGO — November, 20, 2010 — The David Friend Photography studio will hold its first ever Western Art Show from 2:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 20, 2010. A follow up to the successful Towns Burr Gallery show earlier this year, the Saturday event will exhibit pieces inspired by the artist’s interwoven ties to the world of Cowboys and the Great West culture.  Bring your Stetson hats, pile the family up into your trusty steed and head down to Old Town for a true Western Experience. Music and refreshments will be available free of charge.

 

Camaraderie, Art and Music Old Town’s only Photography Studio Barn!

 

View David’s temporary exhibition, Western Photography Displaying breath-taking landscape shots of the Great Plains, harrowing acts of bravery as a Cowboy takes a crazed bull, one-on-one, and serene candidates of local wild horses. David’s ability to capture the essence of the Western (not necessarily Country) culture, is truly something which should be witnessed in person.

 

Shop for a unique gift, the holidays are upon us! Take home your favorite print(s) or pick a print to give as a gift. Many sizes are available for every space.

 

Listen to the music of Trails and Rails! Coming from the San Diego area, they perform extensively in the Southwest and have been featured at many Western festivals and events, including the Cody Stampede, the Tombstone Western Music Festival and the Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival. Experience their energy and enthusiasm for this great music and let them reconnect you with the Old West!

For more information, please visit David Friend online at http://www.davidfriend.com.

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About David Friend Photography

David Friend an Art Center College graduate working as an advertising, corporate and industrial photographer since 1973. Will shoot on location, world wide as well as in our studio, using any camera format digital, large, medium or Small You will experience a stress free photo shoot on budget and on time Member of NAPP Portfolio and client list available upon request
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