Gallery Keoki to host "Epic Pow" Warren Miller slideshow event at Squaw Valley USA
SQUAW VALLEY USA, Calif. and#8212; On Saturday, March 12, 6-8 p.m., local photographer Keoki Flagg will present a preview of this seasonand#8217;s spectacular snowfall, captured on assignment for Warren Miller at Squaw Valley USA. The images were created alongside legendary cameraman, Tom Day and features skiers Jonny Moseley, JT Holmes, Tim Dutton and Michelle Parker.
Squaw Valley USA is a featured destination in next yearand#8217;s Warren Miller movie, to be released in the fall of 2011. The film will highlight this seasonand#8217;s epic ski moments and record snowfall. Gallery Keoki offers a rare sneak preview in what is sure to be another Warren Miller masterpiece. This free evening will include a slideshow, new image releases and the opportunity to meet local ski stars. Guests are encouraged to come early to secure a spot. There is no cover charge.
Owner and photographer Keoki Flagg has worked with Warren Miller Entertainment for over a decade in exotic locations around the globe, including last yearand#8217;s voyage to Antarctica. His fine art photography is presented in Gallery Keoki, located in the Village at Squaw Valley USA, and available online at http://www.gallerykeoki.com.
Gallery Keoki is open daily, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., and until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, or by appointment. Gallery Keoki is located in the Village at Squaw Valley USA, 1850 South Village Road, Suite 42, Olympic Valley, California. For more details and information, call 530-583-1404, or visit http://www.gallerykeoki.com.
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