March 3, 2014 - 5:58pm
Louisville's Top Photographers come together to create something unique for regi
Something truly unique happened in Louisville over the weekend. Over 400 fashion professionals and fans came together in one place to view the results of something that doesn't happen often.
Something truly unique happened in Louisville over the weekend. Over 400 fashion professionals and fans came together in one place to view the results of something that doesn't happen often.
February 4, 2012 - 12:09pm
Sarah Lyon interview
Sarah Lyon is a local photographer who has literally been all over the country by way of motorcycle. She shares her scrapbook of life.
 Sarah Lyon makes large format photographs of people and places that are common in our surroundings and yet they reveal a stark beauty that we have failed to recognize. And for that we should be thanking her. In a time when American citizens are feeling the financial pinch of still being such...
October 4, 2011 - 11:33pm
"From Distant Streets"... photography about everyday life, and the streets it happens on.Everyone who attended the exhibition at Gallery Hertz yesterday, Sunday October 2, had one thing in common. They were photographers in one way or another. The "Distant Streets" exhibition was all about photography: and journalism, in its own way.
Gallery Hertz provides the artistic vision that has helped define artist, sculptures, painters and photographers from around the world.  Richard Bram gathered the work of twenty-nine photographers, The WHO"S WHO of Street Photographers, in an international showing, and exhibited...
December 3, 2009 - 2:48pm
It started with one photographers idea and is slowly spreading around the country with an small collection of Louisville photographers showing their work and sharing with the community
The essence is this: Considering the 2009 economy, the demand for canned goods and other supplies at food pantries is up. Way up. So in 2008, Chris and Lynn Jaska, photographers based in British Columbia, decided to donate one canned good to a shelter or food pantry for every comment they could...