Jennifer Modenessi, who covers the SF Bay Area art and culture beat so well, has written a wonderful story about “Pixels At An Exhibition” in two East Bay papers, the Contra Costa Times and the Oakland Tribune in today’s editions.

She writes

When a flower or fog-enshrouded landscape catches Knox Bronson’s eye, he reaches for his iPhone.

It doesn’t matter that the cell phone camera lacks a flash. It doesn’t even matter that it can’t zoom. With a sharp eye, a handful of apps and some creative muscle, Bronson, a composer and singer, has all he needs to make a work of art.

In fact, the Berkeley resident is so enamored of the iPhone camera’s charms that he recently set up a Web site,, where anyone can submit photos taken with an iPhone.

Read the rest of the story here. Thank you, Jennifer!