Digital photography and mixed media art by Albert Kahan, Jeannie Norwood and Nancy Harris will be on view at Milagros Coffee House, 529 Main St., Alamosa, CO, throughout the month of September 2021. Meet the artists on September 17th and 18th, when they will be at Milagros, from 10 am – 4 pm each day, as participants in the Alamosa Downtown Artwalk, in conjunction with the Alamosa Arts Festival that weekend. A portion of all proceeds from the sale of works on display will go toward La Puente’s mission.
Albert Kahan is a photographer and retired physicist. In his previous life, he worked for DuPont in the design and manufacture of films for the printing industry. Photography was a hobby resulting in thousands of slides. After retirement and the introduction of digital photography, he decided to display his work. He uses Photoshop™ to alter images, sometimes severely, to make something he likes. Mr. Kahan is a member of the Monte Arts Council, participates in the Alamosa Art Walk and has displayed his work in several businesses.
Jeannie Lynn Norwood creates mixed media digital art utilizing original photos, including images of her actual ceramic sculptures and found objects. Ms. Norwood was an art teacher in Alamosa public schools for 28 years and she presently exhibits her work in Colorado and New Mexico. She earned a B.A. and an M.A. in Art from Adams State College and has completed extensive post graduate hours. She has also participated in workshops with Bert Monroy, the Father of Digital Art.
Nancy Harris is a mixed media artist who uses paper, paint and found objects to create her original abstract collages that are vibrant and intricate. She has an M.A. in Art History from UC Santa Barbara and has taken many art classes, particularly in mixed media collage. She teaches workshops in collage in the San Luis Valley.