First Saturday Salon July 1 with David Michael Kennedy and Jeremy G. Landau

Amoré Gallery of Fine Arts Photography will host it’s first Saturday afternoon photograph salons feature David Michael Kennedy and Jeremy G. Landau on Saturday, July 1st, 2017; from 3pm – 6pm.   The public is invited to meet the photographers and also view works by the 7-artists in the gallery.

David Michael Kennedy is a master of the Platinum Palladium process of photography.   His signature photography of Native American dancers and the American Southwest may be seen and purchased at the gallery.“ Photography has been my way of life for over 45 years. My artist statement is contained within my images and how I live my simple life,said David. His work may be seen at .

Jeremy G. Landau currently features landscapes and panoramic photography of the desert Southwest as well as other regions of the world. He has been a fine arts/landscape photographer since the early 1990’s, and has photographed and shown internationally for over a decade. “My photography highlights the diversity of culture, from people and places and to vocations of everyday lives,” said Jeremy.

His books will also be available at the gallery. Jeremy’s work may be previewed on his website at

Photographers also in the gallery include Mark Shumann, Dane Spangler, Heather Ross, Michael Rollheiser, and Kathryn Hayden.

Amoré Gallery is located at 117 Kit Carson Road. The Salon will be held on Saturday, July 1st., , from 3pm – 6pm in conjunction with the Kit Carson Art Walk.   Light refreshments will be served. Amoré Photography Salons continue through the Summer, on the first Saturday afternoon of the month.

For further information, please contact: 575-758-8282

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