Friday, March 9th, 2018 4:45 PM - 5:15 PM

New Allegory: A Journey of Evolving Vision

The journey stated in the back yard in a different era: a curiosity of a culture celebrating Christmas in January…using shotguns, continuing their traditions half a world away from their origins. Photographer Larry Angier recognized it and it launched his own voyage of discovery taking him back to the start in those far away and ancient lands.
But not wanting to stay in the background and simply show a literal record of his discovery in  America and abroad, Angier has embarked into creating a new and evolving rendering of his interpretation of this ancient culture and faith, to showcase the beauty of its inner sanctum and timelessness. His presentation will present the tessera of his newest work, a metaphoric mosaic leading to his New Allegory, a new vision of his odyssey.

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Larry Angier travels rural California, America and the Balkans –photographing people, places and the cultural landscape. Beginning in his teens, he studied under Al Weber, Ansel Adams, Steve Crouch and others. At his Jackson, California, studio he crafts his photographs into prints, canvas and creates exhibitions in his digital print lab. His legacy spans more than 40 years based in California’s Mother Lode.

Larry’s editorial photography appears in RANGESerb World, and Nevada magazines. Sutter-Amador Hospital, Amador Vintners and Amador Council of Tourism feature his commercial and promotional photography.
His work is in the collections of American Airlines, the University of the Pacific, Stockton, National Steinbeck Center, Salinas, Museum of Northeastern Nevada, Elko, Nev. several California Missions, the Father Serra Museum, Petra, Mallorca, and the Serbian Orthodox Church, Belgrade, Serbia. Recent exhibitions include the Mission Portfolio Workshop series, reVisions and the Sacred Expedition at the National Steinbeck Center, Salinas, (2009-2014) and Orthodoxy in America at the National Ethnographic Museum, Belgrade, Serbia and at St. Sava Mission, Jackson, Calif. (2014-2015). In 2016, he was a top finalist in the Olympus Global Open Photo Contest with his photo from Railtown 1897 train museum.
His Amador County photographs are on permanent display at the Jackson Rancheria Resort and Casino Hotel, Jackson and the Amador Commission of Tourism visitor’s center in Sutter Creek.
Larry is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), editor emeritus of ASMP’s NorCal Quarterly, webmaster for RANGE magazine and a member of the Farm Bureau Federation. He teaches photo workshops in electronic photography, lighting and photographic portfolio production. Larry is the technical advisor, instructor and archivist for Shooting the West, an annual photography symposium in Winnemucca, Nevada, now in its 30th year.
You may enjoy more of Larry’s work at <www.angier-fox.photoshelter.com>, follow him on Twitter <@larryangier> Facebook: <www.facebook.com/larry.angier>, follow his posts at Instagram: (@sacred_icons )or find his short films and videos on YouTube.

Larry Angier / Symposium Speaker