As much as I love living in Denver, the Western Slope is one of my favorite areas to photograph and I travel there as much as I can (even when it’s only in my daydreams). This series was taken in the Glenwood Canyon area, showing Colorado’s fickle skies.
I just finished hanging my urban photos at a new coffee shop in Five Points, so stop by! Coffee At The Point just opened this weekend at 710 East 26th Avenue in Denver. They serve local Novo coffee, Colorado’s Cottonwood Cellars wine, local baked goods … and invited (local) me to exhibit.
Here are a few of the fine art photography pieces I have on display. Some of my favorite urban photos are hanging:
- My Doors Open Denver (architectural photography contest) winners
- Scenes from Five Points
- A few pieces from my urban European travel photography collection
I’ll be hosting an Opening Night reception for the exhibit in the next month or two, so stay tuned for details. Hope to see you there!
Nov. 20th Update: There’s a great new article about Coffee at the Point in Denver’s Westword; it mentions the great old-school customer service and ambiance (“The walls are ornamented with local Marni Mattner’s photography“!).
Those who know me have seen my passion for looking beyond the lens and capturing the soul on the other side. After hearing from friends, family and clients for a while that I should start a Marni Mattner Photography blog, I’ve finally made time to get it up & rockin’!
I’ve been photographing for years but am just now launching my blog, so I have tons I’m excited to share … you’ll see posts from recent photo shoots as well as posts of favorites from the past. You’ll see some of my favorite places, and some of the amazing people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. At long last, here we go!