A Tribute And The End Of An Era For The Colorado Art Scene And American Photography After nearly 50 years of educating and inspiring the public about photography and helping photographers develop their careers, Hal Gould and his staff have closed the renowned Camera Obscura Gallery of Denver, Colorado. In 1963, Hal Gould co-founded the […]
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April 30th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Exhibitions and Other Events
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March 1st, 2010 · No Comments · Galleries For Philip Hyde
New Representation of Philip Hyde by Camera Obscura Gallery in Denver, Colorado, one of the earliest fine art photography galleries. Hal Gould In The Camera Obscura Gallery, 2002, by Kurt Edward Fishback. For nearly 50 years, Hal Gould has operated showcases for fine art photography. In 1963, he founded the non-profit Colorado Photographic Art Center […]
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