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 […]
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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.
I loved photographing the 34th Annual Leap Arts Sandcastle Classic @ Ocean Beach. I especially loved the nod to Rosa Parks here on this sandcastle. You can see more of my sandcastle photos on Flickr.
Warehouse 416 – 416 26th Street Oakland, CA 94612 Our Final Weekend is filled with Special Programs: *Friday, February 26, 2016, from 6 pm to 10 pm 4TH FRIDAY PUBLIC RECEPTION – Dj Eric + Beer, Wine & Hors D’Oeuvres *Saturday, February 27, 2016, from 10 am to 6 pm 1:00pm to 2:00pm – Black […]
I am just back from the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest 2015 and it was spectacular. I had the honor of being one of the staff photographers this year which was pretty awesome. I will be posting photos from some of the great music acts soon. These two murals were created by artists while they […]
The Capture of Life: Absent from Color When: July 4 â€“ July 26, 2014 Preview: Thursday, July 3rd 6-8pm Opening Reception: First Friday, July 4th 6-9pm Artist Talk: Saturday, July 19th 1-3pm Joyce Gordon Gallery 406 14th Street Oakland, CA 94612 Photographers: Susan Bradley, Christine Chorney, Diallo Mwathi Jeffrey, James Knox, Toby Kahn, Carl W. […]
My father, Ritson Albert Knox, was born on this day 94 years ago. He served in World War II. He worked a variety of government jobs including letter carrier and retired in data processing. According to my Aunt Peggy, who gave me this photo, my father was 27 when this photo was taken circa 1946 […]
I do not think anything in life prepares you for when your niece gets married. My only niece, Leslie, recently got married. It was a beautiful day. She looked lovely (big shout out to her best friend Sheila for making sure I took a photo of the bow!!!) I got to see lots of family […]