Please register for an opening reception for the exhibition of J. Alexander Baker.
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference invites trail enthusiasts to join us at the opening reception for an exhibition of J. Alexander Baker.
Alex Baker is a fine art and travel photographer focusing mainly on real and imagined landscapes that create a haunting mood of mythic times and places. He is a member of the Piermont Flywheel Gallery in Piermont, NY.
While working in show business, Alex took classes in photography and honed his craft. Over time, Alex’s work has evolved primarily into fine art landscape based images with some architectural, travel and street photography.
Alex studied acting in New York and Los Angeles with three of America’s greatest acting teachers representing the three primary branches of America acting technique: John Leyne (the Method), Viola Spolin (Improvisation) and Susan Anspach (Meisner technique). Everything since has been informed by what he learned about human behavior as an actor. He attended the University of North Carolina, Theater Arts BFA program but left early to work professionally. Twenty-two years later, he graduated from Thomas Edison State University with a BA in Theater Arts. Alex can still be seen in small roles in some pretty bad movies on cable, DVD or VHS tapes in attics and basements.
During events with a high number of participants, overflow parking is available at the Ramapo Valley County Reservation, adjacent to the Trail Conference Headquarters. Please print and display in your car for the Park staff to see, the parking pass found here: https://www.nynjtc.org/document/parking-pass-ramapo-reservation
The framed works can be purchased. The artist will donate a portion of the purchase price to benefit the work and programs of the Trail Conference.
The exhibit will be open to the public through May 5, 2020 during regular Trail Conference hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Please register to join us for the reception!
600 Ramapo Valley Road
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