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Photographic Prints by Philiip Hyde and David Leland Hyde
May 3 - June 1
Opening reception: Friday, May 3, 5-7 pm
Special Presentation: Tuesday, May 14, 6 pm
This photography show will exhibit the works of both up and coming street, portrait and landscape photographer David Leland Hyde and renowned western landscape photographer Philip Hyde.
Philip Hyde, a student and teaching associate of Ansel Adams, in 56 years living in Plumas County, founded the Plumas County Museum, introduced color to landscape photography and helped make many national parks. David Leland Hyde represents his father by day and races around making photographs in the evenings, nights and early mornings.
Capitol Arts Gallery, 525 Main StreetQuincy, California, 530-283-3402
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Northern California, Northern Sierra, Northern Nevada, Plumas County: Reno, Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, Redding, Red Bluff, Chico, Oroville, Marysville, Yuba City, Quincy, Greenville, Taylorsville, Chester, Lake Almanor, Westwood, Portola, Blairsden, Graeagle and other communities of Plumas County, Lassen County and other northern counties and states are in range to attend the upcoming major exhibition in Quincy, California at the Plumas Arts Capitol Arts Center.