For the Love of Texas
In April of 2016, I exhibited my first one-man show in Bryan, Texas at the Riddle Gallery. Thirty-two framed prints crammed the gallery walls for one month. The show was featured on major news networks across the state, in print, on radio, and on various sites online. On the final day of the exhibit, the show officially sold out.
From the Riddle Gallery Press Release:
"We are pleased to announce a very special show, 'For the Love of Texas', opening at the gallery on First Friday, April 1 and running the entire month. Bryan-College Station based photographer Christopher Zebo has traveled thousands of miles across the Lone Star State chasing sunsets to the Mexican border, the Eastern pine forests, the Gulf Coast, and everywhere in-between.
The April exhibition, sponsored by the Arts Council of Brazos Valley, will mark Zebo's first one-man show and feature over 30 photographs taken across the state. He has an ability to capture Texas' beauty in strikingly unique ways; so plan on seeing the state with a fresh set of eyes—including photographs taken here in Bryan and College Station. The show's production has been in the works, behind the scenes, for nearly two months already. The production values--alone--are exceptional. Expect large format prints, custom-built frames, new conceptions of “framing,” and many other surprises at the opening.
The opening reception is free to the public, First Friday, April 1 from 7pm-11pm. Free food and beverages will be provided to the first 100 guests. All prints will be for sale and available for viewing the entire month of April.
NOTE: The exhibit is being marketed beyond the region to attract visitors beyond Bryan-College Station. Consequently, all purchased art must remain in the gallery for viewing until the end of the show, April 29. "