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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Brett Wesley Gallery presents Life and Times the photography of Diane Bush and Curtis Walker...

My goodness this exhibit has definitely caught my attention. Though I have not mused with the collection yet the names of these photographers take me back at least 25 years. Curtis Walker I have known since I was in Jr. High School back-in-the-day when hanging out at the Boulevard Mall was considered cool. Curtis and I played trumpet in junior varsity band in the late 1980's, always competing with each other for first chair. Diane Bush and I go back to the late 1990's when there was a little festival in the arts district called GAME (Gateway Arts & Music Experience) the precursor to First Friday. Diane was the very reason I sat on the board of the Contemporary Arts Center for so many years.

As a photo curator myself who cares for a vast collection of images I know a thing or two about photography and these two talented shutter bugs are definitely worth checking out. You will be able to see their works this Thursday and First Friday at Brett Wesley Gallery...

Brett Wesley Gallery
1112 S. Casino Center Blvd. Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
702.433.4433 inquire@brettwesley.com www.BrettWesleyGallery.com
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12 – 6 p.m., and by appointment

For more information about Diane Bush Photography and art http://www.dianebush.net/
For more information about Curtis Walker Photography http://photobangbang.com/

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