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is pleased to announce an exhibition for nationally known artist,
Bill Dorsey "Sighting" and a group exhibition
by The Photographer's Cooperative.
Please, join us to meet the artists at the Opening
Reception on February 1, 2003, 6:30-9:00pm

Bill Dorsey / The Photographer's Cooperative  
Bill Dorsey a graduate from Howard University has been painting for over fifty years. He studied with notables as Lois Mailou Jones, James V. Herring, James Wells, and James Porter. In this new body of oil paintings, Dorsey states, "These soul-felt renderings represent my humble attempt to visually capture what nature so willingly and graciously makes available to us on a regular basis, but so often is lost in just a mere twinkling of an eye." Bill has exhibited widely in the Washington metropolitan area such as; the Smithsonian Anacostia Museum, The Office of Congresswomen Eleanor Holmes Norton, The Corcoran Gallery of Art and the French Embassy. His paintings may be found in many private collections throughout Virginia, Illinois, California, New York and Puerto Rico.

The Photographer's Cooperative, a group comprised of Washington area image-makers, is proud to announce their first exhibition at International Visions. The cooperative gallery will begin regularly featuring exhibitions, lectures, and workshops of both black and white and color photography. The group, composed of local, national, and international photographers, will present over thirty original pieces from their extensive collection. Members include: Llewellyn Berry, Pradeep Dalal, Shawn Davis, Jonathan French, Nestor Hernàndez, Victor Holt, Sonnie Mason, Fernando Sandoval and George Dalton Tolbert, IV.

Opening Reception:
Saturday, February 1, 2003, 6:30- 9:00PM
This exhibit will run February 1 through March 15, 2003

Hours: Wednesday- Thursday 11-6 PM, Friday- Saturday 12-7pm
For further information please contact Tim Davis, Director/Owner.