July 2021

Upcoming CNCC Events


Guest Presenter – November Meeting

Chris Brown will be presenting at this week’s November meeting. Spread the word, and bring a friend!

Chris Brown has been photographing and making prints of the American West for over 40 years. This past summer he was honored to be an Artist in Residence at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. “We have all seen endless eye candy views of the Canyon from the Rims, so I decided to explore with my camera the land behind the rim. What I discovered was a dynamic, chaotic forest in various evolutionary stages of the fire cycle. The experience challenged my photographically, and taught me a lot about forest ecology.”

Chris will talk about his photographic process, the concept of First Sight, show pictures from his residency, and present his recently published book: Path of Beauty: Photographic Adventures in the Grand Canyon, that was a finalist in the Banff Mountain Book competition.

Chris is well known for his Western landscape photographs. His work is in numerous public, private, museum and University collections. His photographs have been published widely, and he has won a number of awards. His photographs present a very unique, personal view of the landscape, and his prints are often called “painterly.”

His studio in Boulder is open by appointment, where he shows his work, and teaches individual classes in photography, photoshop and digital printing. You can see more of his work at www.ChrisBrownPhotography.com, and Facebook

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