Introduction by Walt Davis
Wednesday, December 30, 2020
Introduction by Walt Davis
Tuesday, December 22, 2020
Join us for Paul Chaplo's Amarillo Flights book launch and first book signing Dec. 23rd book signing 5-7 pm! at Studio 101 Gallery, 101 Nursery Lane, Fort Worth, TX. Early copies of the book will be available, and I will be there to sign them just in time for last minute holiday gifts! https://www.studio101.gallery/
Sunday, December 20, 2020
First book signing with early copies of the book! Book signing with Paul Chaplo at Studio 101 Gallery in Fort Worth. Chaplo will launch his new art book “Amarillo Flights” book at this premier event, bringing early copies of his new book for signing with a personalized inscription, just in time for those last minute Holiday gifts. The book captures the high plains and canyon lands of Texas and Eastern New Mexico in dramatic fine art aerial photographs. Collaborating with seven pilots and using eight airplanes and one helicopter, Chaplo and his team covered 40,000 square miles of landscape in the making of the book. Embedded in the dramatic images are many historic sites with intriguing stories. Amarillo Flights is published by Texas A&M University Press as part of the WTAMU’s “American Wests” Series. The introduction to the book was written by Walt Davis, who wonderfully bridges the worlds of art and history. The Amarillo Flights touring solo exhibition is showing through Jan. 23 at PPHM in Canyon, TX. See you Wednesday 12/23 at Studio 101 Gallery! https://www.studio101.gallery/
Thursday, December 17, 2020
The "Amarillo Flights: Aerial Views of Llano Estacado Country" is open through January 23, 2021 in the Bivins Gallery at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas. Signed, limited edition prints are available at the Museum Store, and they now have several on-hand for an artistic Holiday Gift! Special thanks to my exhibition sponsor, Red River Paper of Dallas, makers of fine papers for photography! The Amarillo Flights book is published by Texas A&M University Press and is available for pre-order on Barnes & Noble .com #art #exhibition #photography #texasmade #newbook
Monday, December 7, 2020
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Event: Dec. 3rd, 2020. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, 2nd Floor. Time: 6:00 pm Admission: free
Paul Chaplo, photographer and Bill Mercer curator of art team-up to present "Amarillo Flights: Aerial Views of Llano Estacado Country" The Hazlewood Lecture Hall will be set-up for social distancing. Bring a mask and emerge from your dugout! Admission is FREE. Artwork will be available for sale to take home with you for a great Christmas present! Also pre-orders for books will be available!
Saturday, August 22, 2020
Amarillo Flights book by Paul V. Chaplo (TAMU Press)
T. Lindsay Baker, well-known Texas historian writes: "The Staked Plains region, near level and treeless, has escarpments on three sides in the states of Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. From the air photographer Paul Chaplo sought out its most spectacular and significant areas, recording them for our intellectual enlightenment and visual delight. His photographs encompass not merely the three eroded edges of the plains but also the immensity of the flatness that they surround. This comprehensive panorama of the Southern Great Plains from above is unequaled in works of his predecessors."