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First Friday Art Exhibit: Modern Bride

Sarah Wizemann

Posted on June 04 2009

First Friday Art Exhibit: Modern Bride


Join us this Friday from 6-9pm for "Modern Bride," an exhibition of work from award winning local wedding photographers Aisha Harley, Rebekah Johnson, Bryan Wolf and Jamie Bosworth. Harley and Bosworth have both had the distinct honor of being voted best wedding photographer by Oregon Bride Magazine in the past three years. Rebekah Johnson is a graduate of PNCA whose work has been featured extensively in Portland Bride and Groom. Bryan Wolf is a custom printer, teacher, member of the Portland Grid Project, and a board member of Photolucida, a national non-profit photography organization. There will also be a trunk show of hand-crocheted bridal jewelry by Puiyi Tiffany Pang of Muntedkowhai, flowers by Francoise Weeks, and free samples of gourmet chocolate by Xocolatl de David. Hope to see you then!

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