Sunday, June 23, 2013



For nearly a decade, starting in 1985, photographer and PSG charter member, J. Kyle Keener produced  many of the most memorable images to grace the pages of the Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday Magazine. He recently moved back to Philadelphia to open his KeenerVision Studio gallery and work space in Fishtown. At our June 28th Opening Party, Kyle will bring his portable studio and considerable talent into the Philadelphia Sculpture Gym for a charity portrait fundraiser to benefit the PSG. For a minimum donation of $20 per sitting, Kyle will send you a signed 11"x14" print and a digital image via email. He suggests you bring along a meaningful object, a favorite piece of art, a tool of your trade or whatever you like, to use as a prop. 

Because of a scheduling conflict famed cellist Yo Yo Ma had to leave after Kyle shot just this single frame
This teenage participant in the Detroit Electronic Music Festival sat in Kyle's portable portrait studio.

Author Michael Mead wrote a book titled something like Water and the River of Life.

Author Dannion Brinkley was struck by lightning on two different occasions and survived to write about his near death experiences.

Painter Andrew Walker often uses his personal struggle with kidney disease as content for his work.

Check Out J. Kyle Keener's Website

If you are really interested in getting your portrait taken and have any questions (about props, certain poses etc.) and would like to speak with Kyle, email Jenny at and she can get you in contact with him.

Get your TICKET HERE for the Party!

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