Nature images by Jose Quezada are on show in January and February on the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Middle, 569 South G St. in Arcata. A free public reception can be held Feb. three from 12:30 to three p.m.
Quezada has lived and labored in Humboldt County for 47 years. He’s at present a contract photojournalist for the Occasions-Commonplace after retiring from 28 years of managing workforce applications and supervising vocational counselors for Humboldt County.
“I helped begin the primary Head Begin preschool right here, spending eight years working with youngsters and households after attending Humboldt State College,” stated Quezada, who additionally co-owns and operates North Coast Music Collectively and runs two web sites that spotlight his work and the work of different native freelance photographers.
Aside from taking one class from Juan Freixas at Swanlund’s Digicam in Eureka, Quezada is a self-taught photographer.
“I draw inspiration from my brother, Roberto, who’s ‘the true photographer in our household,’” he stated.
Exhibits that includes native artwork and pictures are sponsored by Associates of the Arcata Marsh. The Interpretive Middle is open to the general public Tuesday by means of Friday from 9 a.m. to five p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to five p.m. and Monday between 1 and 5 p.m. For extra info, name 707-826-2359.
To see extra of Quezada’s work, go to www.humsport.com or www.humlook.com.