Cactus Loving Frog was selected for the City Panorama 2016 Project

My photograph, Cactus Loving Frog, was selected for the City Panorama 2016 project and will be installed on a King County bus shelter. Thanks Photo Center NW and King County Metro.
The City Panorama Project began in 2010 when King County Metro, Washington partnered with Photographic Center Northwest to expand the public art scene in Seattle and other cities in King County. As a way to incorporate art into everyday life, to beautify Seattle and other cities served by Metro, and to make new perspectives and ideas available to all, the City Panorama Project seeks photographic artwork that will accomplish these objectives while increasing the visibility of the photographic arts.Constance Brinkley CactusLovingFrog 2016

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My photograph “Feet On The Street” was selected for the juried exhibition Focus:Grayscale at the Black Box Gallery , Portland, Oregon. The show will run July 1- July 20, 2015. Opening night reception in July 3rd, 6-8 pm at 811 East Burnside St, #811, Portland, Oregon. Juror Lauren Henkin

Feet On The Street

Masked Identity exhibit at Studio F Gallery January 8, 2015 – March 2015

Masked Identity exhibit at Studio F Gallery January 8, 2015 – March 2015
“Masked Identity” was a collaboration project with Bo Young Choi, fashion designer. We blended the fantasy of bird latex masks with the whimsey of costumes made out of nylon parachute material. The freedom of feeling light and hidden was the goal of this shoot. We also utilized baby doll masks and costumes to further explore masked identity. Thanks to Jean Nagai who created a beautiful backdrop tent “Helen Morris” that we took advantage of using during a festival at Volunteer Park, Seattle.

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Constance Brinkley, photographer,  Bo Choi Young and Marcia Glover were the team of collaborators.

Umbrella Revolution Hong Kong 2014 Studio F Gallery in the Tashiro Kaplan Building in Seattle.

I was in Hong Kong staying in Mong Kok area during the Umbrella Revolution. I went down to document the protestors two weeks after the police used tear gas on thousands of citizens demanding the right to elect their own leader without interference from Beijing. On October 17th early in the morning  the police tore down some of the barriers on Nathan Rd in the Mong Kok area  and by mid day the protestors were back in full force to take back the streets that were cleared. By evening over 400 police arrived in Mong Kok to prevent the takeover. Saturday morning the protestors had taken back Nathan Road and Argyle St. I am showing these seven photos  at  Studio F Gallery in the Tashiro Kaplan Building, 312 S Washington St. Seattle, Washington. First Thursday Art Walk.  Come by and say hi and see this exhibit.