Theo Streibel: Candids, New York City & Las Vegas

PhotoMidwest Gallery & Studio, 303 S. Paterson St., Madison WI
PhotoMidwest Photographer of the Month Theo Streibel is showing candid color photographs taken on the streets of New York City and Las Vegas.  The exhibition runs to May 27 and is free and open to the public.

Opening reception & artist talk: Thursday, May 7, 2015, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Gallery open Sundays from noon to 4 pm.

John Murray Mason: Madison Trees

Lowell Center, University of Wisconsin Madison
John Murray Mason presents a personal photographic journey through four seasons and 15 years in an exhibit displaying the tranquility and bleak beauty of trees in black and white. Madison Trees, his collection of photographs features specimens found in the parks, gardens and natural areas, and along the city streets of Madison.

Mike Anderson: UW School of music photographs

The Fluno Center, 601 University Ave., on the UW-Madison campus
In 2013 and 2014 PhotoMidwest member Mike Anderson assisted the UW-Madison School of Music's project to update their photo library. Many of these images were used to update the School of Music website. During this time Mike was invited to attend classes, rehearsals, and concerts where he photographed students in vocal ensembles, chamber and symphony orchestras, concert bands and wind ensembles, small and large jazz ensembles, percussion ensembles, and operas. The exhibit's selection of these photographs illustrates the depth and diversity of musical talent developing in the heart of Madison.

2015 Photomidwest members show

The 2015 PhotoMidwest Members Show at the University of Wisconsin Hospital was a great success. The following images sold: Michael Rothschild for Madison Skyline at Night (sold two); Tom Klingele for Portofino Laundry Day; John Hanarahan for Top of the Hill; James Thornbery for Hostas #1; Steve Glass for Drinking Turtle Tears; Skot Weidemann for Capitol Night Tight Shot; Kay Gundlach for Undulation; Cheryl Scadlock for St. James Church, Buttemere, England; and David Scadlack for The Dark Hedges-Northern Ireland.

Lois Bielefeld, Androgyny at UW-Parkside

Androgyny explores the power and complexity of gender identity in new works by PhotoMidwest member Lois Bielefeld including portraits, video pieces and an installation with audio. Details and hours available at UW-Parkside web site.