"Balance" Viewpoint Photographic Arts Center
Dec 5, 2017 - Jan. 6, 2018
Three of my photographs were selected for inclusion in this group show by Juror, Jane Edberg, Professor of Art at Gavilan College. Her words, "In life, balance is the oft sought equilibrium of daily activities from menu planning, exercise, speaker output, tire maintenance, and checkbooks. It is the obviously necessary skill of the tight rope walker, bicyclist, ballet dancer and bowler at the line. As a principle of art and design, balance describes compositional arrangement such as symmetrical, asymmetrical or radial, but in broader understanding, artistic balance indicates the totality of elements working together for meaning and visual impact. Balance is in the internal tug of subjects vying for attention within the frame or the quiet push of opposing space or textures."
Viewpoint Photographic Art Center
2015 J Street Sacramento, CA
"The Apprentice" Fine Arts Exhibit, Award of Merit at the California State Fair, July/August 2017.
Like capturing a child taking its first step, as I zoomed in for a tighter shot, the little boy cuteness and manly body language merged, previewing his future.
"The Shallow End" a solo floating pumpkin in the shallow end and one wonders….why? Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, Members’ Exhibit, Sacramento, CA. ends Aug. 5. viewpointgallery.org
"Community" West Coast shore birds on the East Coast. Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator of The Griffin Museum of Photography selected “Community” for inclusion in the show “Aviary,” March 21 – July 21, 2017 The Lafayette City Center Gallery in Boston. http://griffinmuseum.org/show/aviary/
"Personal Vision" a wheatpasted mural on the exterior wall of Flashback Antiques, Gilbert, AZ. Feb. 25, 2017 until the weather takes it down. Curated by Mariana Bartolomeo of Thunderhead Press in Tucson, AZ. The wheat-pasting activity is a Shootapalooza staple. In Texas, they have wheat-pasted murals in Johnson City, Houston, Galveston, and on the cadillacs at Cadillac Ranch and now at "ShootaZona." Facebook facebook.com/shootapalooza or www.shootapalooza.com
"Nature: A Metal Mosiac" TILT Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ tiltgallery.com February 2017. Shootapalooza photographers (aka shootabuds), present a grouping of small metal prints floated grid-style on a wall. Curated by Mariana Bartolomeo.
About Shootapalooza. I first met up with Shootapalooza in Johnson City, Texas in the summer of 2015 and am happy to be a part of this ad-hoc group of talented photographers. In their words, “a murmuration of artists. It has shape without structure. It moves and flows in all directions simultaneously. We are a rolling rambunction, a collective of art-making people." Their backgrounds are diverse; they come from many states and countries, and their creativity is unstoppable. Record holder: World’s Largest Cyanotype www.bigbluecloth.com see facebook.com/shootapalooza or www.shootapalooza.com
"TWELVE: It's About Time"
The frozen collision of the instant and also the ooze of long exposures of traffic or wind or the Milky Way... This juried show celebrates the 25th year of Viewpoint Photographic Art Center in Sacramento. Dec.2017 viewpoint.org
Invitational group show. More than 40 artists.
Nov. 9 - Dec. 30, 2016
1115 'E' Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hello - Ingrid Lundquist here. My interest in photography began in 2011 and since then my work has been in more than 50 juried shows in five states and abroad. This website was created in November of 2016 to coincide with my first solo photography show, "Hola Baja" at the Viewpoint Photographic Art Center in Sacramento, CA. Please see the tab Photo CV for a list of shows in which my photos have been selected. Future activities will be listed here.
Davids' Under Wrap was taken in 2011 and is my first photo selected for a juried show, 'Numbers,' A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, TX.