Wednesday, September 15, 2021

CALL for ENTRIES - Gallery Show

 After reading an article from the New Yorker magazine, I've decided that I don't have enough diversity in the artists I represent at Through This Lens. So, I'm officially opening a call for artists of color, women, LGBTQ, and any other group that might be minimized in any way. Please, submit your photographs to me for consideration of a formal showing of your work. I will appreciate it if you will forward this message to anyone who might be interested. Just write to

Thursday, September 2, 2021

New Show by Eric Raddatz

 We are now open, but prefer appointments, and require masks until further notice.


"Lady in Blue" 40"x53"
copyright 2021 Eric Raddatz

Eric Raddatz has some eye catching large color prints, along with 25 small sepia toned prints. The larger prints are mostly 40"x53" + borders. The smaller prints are 8"x8" + borders. There are also a few medium sized color prints. This show presents two different sides to Mr. Raddatz' work - BRIGHT and COLORFUL along with quiet muted images.

This is the third show we've held of Mr. Raddatz' work, and has been very well received by the visitors.

Please come by the gallery to see the work in person.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Eric Raddatz - new affordable prints

A new approach to the gallery: we now have work shown online and for sale. Eric Raddatz agreed to be one of our guinea pigs with a very affordable grouping of his latest work. For now, you will need to phone at 919.687.0250 or email us at to make a purchase. 



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Monday, January 4, 2021

Gallery News

January 4, 2021

Through This Lens had suspended in-person viewing of photographs until further notice. Maybe this will last a few months, or we may simply transition to an on-line gallery. For now, we continue to offer framing and printing services, but by appointment only.

We have shown photographs from around the world, with a smattering of other types of artwork, for more than 15 years.  Unfortunately, given the current state of public health, we think it best to avoid as much contact as possible, while still opening the doors when someone calls or writes ahead.

I hope you are all well, and that we are able to make contact again in the near future.