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Madison Fall Gallery Night: Focal Flame presents "Beyond Athletics" on October 6, 2017

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Twice a year, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) organizes a gallery night with participating artists all over the city. Focal Flame Photography is honored to participate in #MadGalleryNight on Friday, October 6 from 5-9 pm at our east side studio location, 303 S Paterson St, Suite 2, Madison, WI, just off of Williamson Street.

In this pop-up show entitled Beyond Athletics, the visual artists of Focal Flame Photography turn their eyes and keen sense of timing to subjects other than their standard repertoire of sports. Madison photographer Tom McInvaille served as juror.

Parking is available in the adjacent lot and as designated by street signs in the area. All prints will be available for purchase (cash or check only, please). A reception with appetizers and drink will be offered; kindly RSVP. To download a brochure of all 2017 Fall Gallery Night locations, click here.

Each artist is a member of the Focal Flame photography team. A listing of artists, samples of work, and 1-sentence artists' statements appears below.

Nolan Ferlic

  Revealing Sun  by Nolan Ferlic. Artist Statement: “Everything in various stages of decay."

Revealing Sun by Nolan Ferlic. Artist Statement: “Everything in various stages of decay."

Tom Harcarik

  A Dancer  by Tom Harcarik. Artist statement: "Through various styles, exploring the concept of using photography to show us the rarely seen, or commonly seen in a new way."

A Dancer by Tom Harcarik. Artist statement: "Through various styles, exploring the concept of using photography to show us the rarely seen, or commonly seen in a new way."

Will Hughes

  Zenith  by Will Hughes. Artist statement: "Juxtaposition - the act or an instance of placing two or more things side by side often to compare or contrast or to create an interesting effect."

Zenith by Will Hughes. Artist statement: "Juxtaposition - the act or an instance of placing two or more things side by side often to compare or contrast or to create an interesting effect."

Don Newton

  Eye of the Eagle  by Don Newton. Artist's statement: "Beauty is in the eye of the subject."

Eye of the Eagle by Don Newton. Artist's statement: "Beauty is in the eye of the subject."

Clint Thayer

  Submission 3  by Clint Thayer. Artist's statement: "Submission: the action or fact of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person."

Submission 3 by Clint Thayer. Artist's statement: "Submission: the action or fact of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person."

Josh Zytkiewicz

  Emily  by Josh Zytkiewicz. Artist's statement: "I create pictures that I want to look at."

Emily by Josh Zytkiewicz. Artist's statement: "I create pictures that I want to look at."