One Camera. One Roll. One Day.
12 local, professional photographers share a vintage camera shooting one roll of classic B&W film in a 24 hour period. Come join me and 11 others for the opening of this very cool show: Saturday 10/7 @7pm at
The Rectangle Studio & Gallery
540A Freeman St.
Orange, NJ 07050
One Camera. One Roll. One Day.
Come and see a very talented group of artists and their takes on liquid!
My image is of the hot springs at Mammoth Springs, Yellowstone NPS.
While most think of Yellowstone as 'big' - big geysers, big hot springs, big valleys, I wanted to see it in the details. I wanted to see it up close. This piece is of the terraced layers of calcium left behind as the hot waters flow out of the hot spring. The form terraces as the amount of water ebbs and flows. This is a close up of those terraces that can be less than a half of an inch tall but together form a structure that is over 100' high.
They colors in the image are caused by the thermophilic bacteria and the play of the light and the water.
I found that metal, with its reflective properties, to be the perfect medium for this image. It is printed on aluminum with a high gloss finish to mimic the reflective quality of the water.
I love rural decay as much as urban decay - but there is more sadness in rural decay. While both represent dreams that have died, rural decay is deeper and more heartbreaking due to the feeling of being forgotten. I carry my camera most places and south and west New Jersey is ripe with falling down barns.
My owls will be on display at the Maplewood Deli and Grille for the month of October. Come down and stop in for yummy deli food with special Colombian dishes. All except one work is for sale. Deli is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week. Maplewood Ave Maplewood NJ.
The Annual Juried Art Exhibition was founded by the Monmouth County Arts Council in 1979 and for 35 years it has been held at the Monmouth Museum. In 2011 the Museum assumed complete sponsorship of this annual exhibition. We will continue to build on the excellent reputation of this long-established exhibition and champion its success for many years to come.
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS
December 9-20, 2014
Opening reception December 11, 5-8pm
Professional Women Photographers is presenting Small Wonders, an exhibition highlighting the distinctive qualities of the smaller image, which draws the observer into a more intimate relationship with the photograph. Unlike a larger image, which creates the need to physically distance oneself from the piece, the smaller image insists that the viewer get up close and personal with the photograph. This reveals the tiniest detail while at the same time allowing the entire image to be perceived in a single view. Small Wonders may be small in dimension but is large in theme, its expression revealing the varied aesthetics of its members. PWP is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women photographers since 1975.
A Small Artworks Exhibition and Sale
Member Preview Friday December 5th, 7-9pm : 10% discount for Members on Friday night only Saturday & Sunday, December 6 & 7, 13 & 14 - 11-5pm
Wednesday 10th December 11-5pm, 7-9pm
1978 Maplewood Arts Center in Maplewood, New Jersey, is pleased to present the 9th Annual Buy Art Now Guys! (BANG IX) an exhibition featuring small scale original artwork by over 45 local and regional artists. This year the artwork featured in BANG IX will include paintings, photographs, sculptures, prints, ceramics, jewelry, note cards, drawings and more.
Prices for all artwork ranges from $1 -$400, affordably priced for giving and for collecting. Many of the artists will be present during the exhibit to meet you and answer questions about their artwork. The exhibition will be open on December 6th, 7th, 10th, 13th and 14th, from 11am to 5pm each day.
Show runs : May 4 - June 8
Open Sundays 1-4pm
We are excited to offer a large selection of work from all our members at this unique historic setting this Spring.
The arts center is located on the grounds of the historic Kennedy Martin Stelle Farmstead, an award-winning historic preservation project centered around the 18th century farmhouse, English barn, cow shed and wagon house.
The grounds are now used for performing and visual arts, as well as housing a number of artist's studios.
Oasis and Mirage: Disappearing Water is a juried art exhibit hosted by D&R Greenway Land Trust that will feature artistic interpretations of water to communicate the importance and beauty of water to our lives and our ecosystems. Plentiful, polluted, scarce, and inspiring. This exhibit celebrates water and all themes are welcome: rivers, lakes, oceans, water creatures, abstract interpretations, and any other works inspired by water.
D&R Greenway, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton NJ 08540
Exhibition dates: March 31 – May 23
Reception: Friday, April 11, 5:30-7:30pm
The Annual Juried Art Exhibition was founded by the Monmouth County Arts Council in 1979 and for 34 years it has been held at the Monmouth Museum. In 2011 the Museum assumed complete sponsorship of this annual exhibition. We will continue to build on the excellent reputation of this long-established exhibition and champion its success for many years to come.
Juror: Stacey Smith, Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Manager of Publications and Communications. Smith was the former Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ.
For further information, contact Catherine Clark at 732-747-2266 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.