Chaos Glassworks in Sutter Creek is proud to announce an exhibit of photographs featuring select black and white and color photographs of Amador County and the west by Amador County photographer Larry Angier.
The show is open and runs through September. The show contains both framed and gallery-wrapped canvas photographs.
Angier who started photographing Amador County in high school during the 1970s is a professional photographer in Jackson. He is seen at many Amador County events documenting the many activities and events.
His work has won awards internationally including silver and bronze awards in the 2012 Epson International Panorama Competition. His work was on display at the California Works exhibition at the California State Fair and the Amador County Fair in July.
The Amador Council of Tourism uses Angier’s work in its travel planners and on its Website.
Along with Carolyn Fox, Angier’s work, nearly 600 pieces featuring Amador County, was chosen to hang in the rooms and public areas of the recently remodeled Jackson Rancheria Casino Hotel. Other places featuring the duo’s work include Add Art in Jackson, Taste in Plymouth and the American Exchange Hotel in Sutter Creek.
Chaos Glassworks also features the work of long-time Amador County artists David and Heather Hopman whose passion for glass is inspired by nature. Their work is also shown in Northern California, Ohio and Florida galleries.
Hours for viewing are Wednesday through Friday from noon to 7 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and other days by appointment.
Chaos Glassworks is located at 121 A Hanford St. in Sutter Creek.
For gallery information call 209-267-9317.