TWO NEW SHOWS! Exhibitions of my work are opening in two venues in February. At Sunrise Coffee, see large format prints from Year of the Birds. On Friday, February 15 at 7pm, pleaseattend my slideshow and discussion of how I photograph at Sunrise Coffee, 308 10th Street (at the Port) in Port Townsend, Washington. The exhibition there and another at the Bishop Hotel (see below) will feature my books and prints—including a new group of LARGE PRINTS now for sale here on the site.
Opening at Art Walk on Saturday, February 2 at 6pm is Living in Color, a month-long exhibition featuring my photographs and paintings by Jane Kilburn at the Bishop Hotel, 741 Washington Street in downtown Port Townsend. And while there, head around the corner to PtSA Downtown, the faculty gallery for Port Townsend School of the Arts, where Jane and I serve on the board of directors.
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AMERICAN SUTRA, a book by Japanese-American scholar Duncan Williams that I edited can now be pre-ordered from Amazon or Powell’s. It’s being released on February 19th and he is planning several events around the country.
“American Sutra tells the story of how Japanese American Buddhist families like mine survived the wartime incarceration. Their loyalty was questioned, their freedom taken away, but their spirit could never be broken. A must-read for anyone interested in the implacable quest for civil liberties, social and racial justice, religious freedom, and American belonging.”
George Takei actor, director, and activist
YEAR OF THE BIRDS: Photographs & Notes by Kerry Tremain, 48 pages, 77 full-color images, $24.95
Year of the Birds
NEARLY SOLD OUT! This popular book contains seventy-two color photographs I’ve taken of birds in the Pacific Northwest in the past year.
BUY THE BOOK and get 10% off on all card and print purchases.
“Behind every good book is an excellent editor. Kerry Tremain stepped in at just the right time to assist us in making hard decisions, finessing prose, and architecting a narrative that is both true to our research and accessible to the range of audiences we hope to reach. We are grateful for his sage advice, excellent organizational skills, structural and technical editing, but most importantly for the confidence he had in the book, and our project, and his constant reminder that at the end of the day, this is our book.”
— Kenneth A. Bamburger and Deirdre K. Mulligan, Privacy on the Ground