Liquid Playground Photography Exhibit: Double Down
Austin Watts of the Liquid Playground in San Jose is preparing to have his second gallery event! He has a converted space for his board and print collection, but has also been putting on wake gallery events for the public to enjoy. Read on to find out about his new Double Down gallery exhibit that's taking place on the 21s of July. And to keep up to date on Austin's future events, check out his Facebook page for the Liquid Playground.
Austin Watts, owner of The Liquid Playground, would like to invite you to his second gallery exhibit "Double Down" on Thursday, July 21st, 2011. The show will be held at The Liquid Playgrounds in-store art and exhibition space - located at 2144 Otoole ave. in San Jose, CA.
The event will feature a collaboration of print media from many of watersports top photographers including Garrette Cortese, Joey Meddock, Matt Maloy and Riley Bangerter. Spencer Smith, Arun Frances and Scott Alexander will also be in attendance showing some amazing pieces and giving you the opportunity to meet 3 exceptional westcoast photographers. Our "Double Down" theme will focus on many breath taking, massive "Double Up" shots of today's top pro riders. Much of the work will be for sale and priced very sensibly.
The gallery reception is open to the public from 8:30-10:30pm. There is no cost to attend but we are recommending a donation of $5-$10 that will go to the Brian Stow Foundation-(SupportForBryanStow.com). Brian Stow is a local San Francisco Giants fan who remains in critical condition after being beaten following the attendance of a SF Giants vs LA Dodgers Game back in March. Each attendee that donates will be given a raffle ticket to win a one of a kind 2011 Ronix Ibex Pro Model board that was ridden by Pro Rider, Parks Bonifay earlier this year at Radar Lake and graciously donated by Ronix to help our cause.
For more information please check out TheLiquidPlayground.com or you can contact Austin Watts at email@example.com
*For my skaters-I'll have some awesome shots of the Byerly crew from Matt Maloy and my old favorites from Letch, Bear, and Roland on display as well.