An awesome tradition of the Monterey Jazz Festival is the organ players closing out the festival on Sunday evening. In past years, I have enjoyed Chester Thompson, Joey DeFrancesco. Wil Blades and many others. Dr. Lonnie Smith was one of my favorites. He was always amazing and one of the kindest souls. This photo was […]
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On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46 year old Black man, was killed in Minneapolis, Minnesota during an arrest for allegedly using a counterfeit bill. Since his death, the people have taken to the streets in protest and the artists/muralist have created some incredible murals and graffiti all around the world. Here are a […]
The 14th Annual Tulip Exhibition at Mountain View Cemetery was absolutely spectacular this year. I always look forward to this event every year. It showcases the tulip floral designs from local florists and colleges. #tulipexhibition #tulips #mountainviewcemetery #fauna #flora #flowers #jamesbarryknoxphotography
I am pleased to announce that I have photographed all 50 Stomper statues throughout Oakland. I started out with just a handful, then 35 and then I attended an Oakland Aâ€™s game to capture the last two Stomperâ€™s located at Oakland Coliseum. Stomper is the mascot of the Oakland A’s. 50 Stomper statues were created […]
Stomper in the Town This summer I have been photographing the Stomper statues all around Oakland. I just have a few more to photograph to complete my collection. #StomperintheTown #OaklandAs You can see all the Stomper locations, here. Here is the backstory on Stomper: To help commemorate the team’s 50 years in Oakland, the Oakland […]
You know First Friday is tonight, right? Please plan on joining us at Warehouse 416 on Friday, February 2nd from 6 – 10pm as the Nvisible Atelier launches our month-long art exhibition in conjunction with the Art of Living Black 2018 Exhibition at the Richmond Art Center.