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Past Darkroom Gallery Master History

Gerry Davis
Williston, VT USA
Photography has been a passion for me since childhood. Photography provides an alternative artistic dimension as I approach retirement from my work as a pulmonary physician, researcher and teacher. My photography interests center on portraits, landscapes, and cityscapes. While most images, and all post-production are done with digital equipment, I still use black and white film for two applications. I have collected a group of vintage Zeiss Ikon cameras from 1920 – 1950, and I love to use these superb mechanical devices for people, architecture, and street photography. I use a 35mm film stereo camera to create 3D stereo image cards that can be seen in antique stereopticon viewers. Recently, I have begun to enjoy underwater photography as an extension of my loves for SCUBA, taking pictures, and the ocean. The world around us continuously invites us to keep shooting!


The Environmental Portrait

Floyd - Vermont Hill Farmer
The Environmental Portrait

Sponge Diver Family - Mangrove Cay Bahamas
Natural Realm

Owl Eye Moth Wing
XY: Masculinity in Photography

XY: Masculinity in Photography

The Digger

Farmers Market Salad

Big Shoulders
In Bloom

Almost Real
2013 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

The Answer
2013 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Cayman Great Egret

Head to Head
2012 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Winter Mists
2012 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

New Bridge at Crown Point
2012 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Green Corn Moon
Down on the Farm

Horse Farm Dawn
2011 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Late Shadows on New Snow
2011 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Seasons Change
A True Story

Bonefish - Wait - Wait
Human Artifact

Robert Frost's Kitchen
People's Choice
Color: The Spice of Light

Summer Sunset
After Dark

Beautiful Things

Beautiful Things

Beautiful Things

Beautiful Things



Upcoming Exhibits


After 99 Exhibitions we're taking a break. 

Over the next month or two we are planning to do some work on our web site and better organize and advertise our inventory of fabulous prints we have been collecting. We also want to host a few more workshops and photographer community events.

Once we regroup, for our 100th exhibit, we are planning to host our 4th Champlain Valley Photo Slam Probably in November/December.

We really appreciate all the support we have received over the last seven years and queries from eager photographers about future exhibitions.

Stay tuned! 


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