Photographers of every level who can bring 3-6 photos to show.
Chris Brown has been practicing photography in Boulder for over 40 years, specializing in medium and large format landscapes. He was the first photographer in Colorado to receive a commission in the Art in Public Places program, for his series 'The Hydrologic Cycle: Studies of Water,' housed at the University of Colorado, Boulder. After making Cibachrome prints in the darkroom for 10 years, Chris became enthralled with digital inkjet printmaking, and how has prints in numerous public, private and corporate collections, including the Denver Museum of Contemporary Arts and the San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts.
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