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Disappearing Legacy: Old Barns of America
New Works: Photography by Ken Levy
20% of every sale of these images
goes directly to the Idaho Foodbank
Photo Exhibits &
News of Note
images & content © Ken Levy
New exhibit at new Blue Sky: Barnwood and Metal.
Blue Sky Bagels has opened a fourth location, and we were graciously invited to exhibit our work on their new walls. This new exhibit features about 20 images, with most framed in antique barnwood to match the store's barnwood motif. We're also showing a few photos printed on gorgeous metals that offer unparalleled beauty in their crisp, sharp details and color. The new store, at 5517 W. State St. in Boise, features Blue Sky's famous and delicious bagels, soups and more. Other locations where you can view my work and dine fine: 3161 E. Fairview, Meridian (behind Krispy Kreme) • 407 W. Main St., downtown Boise • The BRC Plaza, 12375 Chinden Blvd., Boise.
Community giveback: I donate 20% of all
image sales, whether from online or on exhibit,
to the Idaho Foodbank. That tradition continues, right through the holiday season and throughout the year. When you buy, you get fine images, and hungry people get fed.
Prices include tax and shipping in the continental U. S. For details, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit my Collectors Editions photography page, or browse my gallery at KenLevyMedia.com.
Art Down 45:
These have been particularly trying times in America. Faced with divisive, often hateful, politics and attitudes, we constantly struggle to keep the forces of hate, fear and ignorance from pounding on our collective doors. My ongoing project, Art Down 45, is a visual interpretation of these most difficult times, a primer of national mood and attitude.
Please note: Art Down 45 contains images which may be disturbing to some.
Barn photo-documentary expands:
I've added several barn photographs to my historic photo-documentary,
Old Barns of America.
The site features many treasured American icons, along with classic photos of other ancient structures and vehicles.
You can own a piece of disappearing Americana with these photographs, and help the Idaho Foodbank by purchasing selections from this fine collection.