Posts Tagged ‘St. Paul’

Fine Art Photo: St. Paul, Minnesota

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

This week we attended the official reception for the Wonder Years exhibition at the Science Museum of Minnesota. (I’ve already posted quite a bit about my photos in this exhibit, which you can see here, so I’m not going to say much now.) It was a lot of fun to roam around the museum and really experience some of the learning stations that are apart of the exhibit. Two of my favorites were the baby goggles (which let you see how poorly newborns see) and the video that shows a toddler make scale errors (click here to watch a video about this on YouTube).

This week’s fine art photo of the week is of Lisa looking out at St. Paul from the Science Museum.

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Fine Art Photo: St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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St. Louis Park Art Fair at Feed Your Passion for Fashion

Friday, September 10th, 2010

I am really excited to be a part of the inaugural Feed Your Passion for Fashion event on Thursday evening (September 23rd) at the West End in St. Louis Park. I will be there with 44 other local artists, and I will be selling some of my Fine Art photography (including photos from the North Shore).

When you visit me at my booth at the West End on Thursday and book your session for October’s Family Portrait Month, you’ll receive a FREE 8×10 fine art print! (Click here for more info on Family Portrait Month.)

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You can see a small sampling of my fine art photography on my website www.jessevalley.com.  There is a whole bunch of other stuff going on during the art fair, including a fashion show, live music by Tim Mahoney and a raffle to benefit STEP (St. Louis Park Emergency Program). I really hope to see you there!

See all of the events below (or on the official website):

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Fine Art Photo of the Week XII

Friday, September 4th, 2009

This photo near downtown St. Paul demonstrates what my wife Lisa calls “Light Graffiti.” It happens when light reflects onto things in interesting effects and patterns. To see one of her examples of this, click here.

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