Zach Malham got his first camera in the fourth grade. Now, after years of perfecting his passion of capturing images of what he considers “the …
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Zach Malham got his first camera in the fourth grade. Now, after
years of perfecting his passion of capturing images of what he
considers “the vanishing West,” Malham has received numerous awards
for his craft.
“Last year’s Lone Tree photography show really spring-boarded my
career,” Malham said.
After the event, he was featured as an exhibitor for a Cherry
Creek photographer’s gallery for his commemorative work on the 75th
anniversary of drive-in movie theaters.
His entry this year for the Lone Tree photography show is a
cattle drive in Wyoming, passing by an abandoned drive-in
“As we would travel around the country, I would notice all the
run-down, inoperative drive-in theaters,” Malham said. So from New
Mexico to Montana, Malham snapped photographs of the vanishing
Other photographic series Malham has in his portfolio include
The Southwest Experience, where he has captured the ageless beauty
of adobe architecture and the allure of the Southwest. Also,
Western Shadows is his series on the nostalgic and forlorn
reminders of a booming past in the West.
Some changes to the Lone Tree photography show this year include
more judges and opening up the show to high school students.
Rock Canyon High School students will have a variety of images
on display as a new aspect to the sixth annual photography show to
generate interest from all ages. Five students from Kim Graham’s
class at Rock Canyon High School were able to enter their images in
the photo show this year.
“Most of our shows are within the school district, so we love to
step out and show student work in the larger communities whenever
possible,” Graham said.
She is proud of her students, and said the community is in store
for a glimpse into their talent, commitment and unique artistic
expression — something, she says, she witnesses every day in her
If you go
Lone Tree Photographic Art Show and Sale, April 5-May 3
Meet local artists, enjoy hors d'oeuvres, a performance by the
Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra and purchase original works of art at
the opening reception April 5. Works of art will remain on display
and for sale until May 2.
Lone Tree Golf Club and Hotel 9898 Sunningdale Blvd.
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