Thursday, October 14, 2010

StorySongs: A Benefit for Nevada’s Wild Places on Nov. 12

Experience the songs of award-winning musician Jim Eaglesmith blended with the award-winning photography of Mark Vollmer in an unforgettable live event to benefit Nevada’s wild lands. Join Friends of Nevada Wilderness Friday, November 12 at 7 pm in the Reno Patagonia Outlet’s employee cafe for this once-in-a-lifetime performance. Tickets are available now! Call 775 324-7667. ($15 adults, $10 seniors, $5 kids)

Capturing the Mt. Rose wilderness (photo by Mark Vollmer)

Aspens turn gold in northern Nevada (Mark Vollmer)

The gnarled trees of Mt. Charleston reach for the sky (Mark Vollmer)

Mark Vollmer has been a long-time supporter of Friends of Nevada Wilderness, and is also our cover photographer for the Wild Nevada 2011 calendar. His work has been displayed in galleries across Nevada and California, including the Truckee River Gallery, and he was honored with the 2007 Excellence in Teaching award from Truckee Meadows Community College.

Check out Jim Eaglesmith’s YouTube Channel to see more of the duo and hear about how they work together to pair scenic Nevada photography with moving music.


jim said...

Amaziong photos!
cant wait!!!

Phil Johncock said...

If you've never seen this show, you're in for a treat! Jim's music and Mark's photos are amazing in and of themselves. Combined ... and it's a whole new art form. Nevada's wilderness has never sounded or looked better!

~Phil Johncock