More from the James Gray show

My six photographs at the right are from the Galapagos. Not my immediate backyard but whatever. It was a big job to put on this show, but it was worth it.

James Gray Gallery show visitors

IMG_3561james_gray_gallery_showMore from the 2008 show. I’d like to know what they’re thinking.

Ciao Gallery show in 2008


At the Ciao Gallery show in 2008 in Jackson Hole, WY. I won second place in the “Call of the Wild” juried wildlife art exhibition. With four of my favorite birds on the wall. Available for sale in 16×24-inch sizes. Also here, the notice for the artist’s reception for the show. I flew up to Jackson Hole to attend. It was a great trip. You can show in numerous galleries if you put your work out there.

My San Francisco Airport Museums show in 2009

IMG_6564san_francisco_airport_museumsMy exhibition at the San Francisco Airport Museums (now the SFO MUSEUM) in 2009. Thanks to Ramekon O’Arwisters for curating the show. This is covered in my book in the chapter on sharing your bird photographs. That’s the goal.

James Gray Gallery show 2008 with girls

IMG_4133james_gray_gallery_show_mathew_tekulsky_eThese girls are enjoying the birds at my James Gray Gallery show in 2008, as only girls do.

Willow Flycatcher framed with Anna’s Hummingbird and Mathew Tekulsky

IMG_8469wildling_art_museum_endangered_species_mathew_tekulsky_willow_flycatcher_framed_annas_hummingbird_e_cropWillow Flycatcher framed for the Wildling Museum exhibition “Endangered Species” in 2008. Note the Anna’s Hummingbird hovering above the feeder at right. He stopped in for a drink while the photo was being taken. Neat.

People at my James Gray Gallery show in 2008

IMG_3883james_gray_gallery_show_mathew_tekulskyIMG_3884james_gray_gallery_show_mathew_tekulskyYou can see the joy in these girls’ faces as they look at my bird photographs. That’s the magic.

Installing my James Gray Gallery 2008 show

IMG_2798james_gray_gallery_show_installationBehind the scenes. You can do this too. Keep taking photographs.