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In-person walk-through
Susan Hyde Greene and Diane Pierce
Constructing the Photograph
Thursday, March 23, 2023
12:00 – 1:00pm
Monterey Museum of Art
CPA members only (FREE)— Limit 20 people
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Please join award-winning artists and educators, Susan Hyde Greene and Diane Pierce for a private walk-through of their exhibition Constructing the Photograph at the Monterey Museum of Art. CPA is collaborating with the MMA to promote this dynamic show and these two incredible artists, both of whom generously donate works to CPA’s annual 8×10 Fundraising Exhibition and who are wonderful leaders in our community. There are just 20 tickets available for free to CPA members for this intimate walk-through and talk with the artists, so sign up today to secure your spot!

For more information about the exhibition, please visit the Monterey Museum of Art website. >
Monterey Museum of Art
559 Pacific Street
Monterey, CA 93940

About the Artists
Diane Pierce
has used the medium of photography as her primary expressive tool. Themes for her work have most consistently included the exploration of still life, assemblage, collage, and drawing. She studied both painting, drawing, and photography as an undergraduate student at San Francisco State University and completed her graduate studies in photography at Mills College, Oakland, CA. Pierce has a thorough background in traditional and digital skills as well as alternative photographic processes that often integrate a variety of mediums. She has taught for over thirty years and served as the Photography Chair at De Anza College, Cupertino, CA. Her work is in the collections of SFMOMA, San Francisco; the MFA, Houston; and the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris. Her recently published monograph Pencil, Paper, Scissors, Light (Datz Press) is sold out, but Diane has a very limited number of copies personally available for the determined collectors out there. To see more of Diane’s work, please visit her website. >

Susan Hyde Greene is an award-winning fine art photographer. She cuts her images apart to then mend them back together in a reflection of relationships and humanity. An avid traveler, her artwork is created from images from all over the world. Hyde Greene’s images relay stories from impressions of experiences, thoughts, and memories about the world around her.

Hyde Greene received her BFA in textiles, photography, and art history from the University of Hawaii, Manoa and her MFA from the University of Utah. She also has her Master of Science in Special Education. She has taught art at many institutions including Santa Clara University, the University of Utah, and Napa Valley College, created educational programs in both Marin County and San Francisco County, and notably she worked for 25 years as an Access Advisor for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco where she conducted workshops for teachers, facilitators and art lovers. Hyde Greene’s work is in several public and private collections, including Adobe Systems, the Monterey Museum of Art, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. She is currently on the board of directors at the Center for Photographic Art and is represented by Green Chalk Contemporary in Monterey, California. To see more of Susan’s work, please visit her website. >

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