I’m honored to have one of my pieces selected by Juror Polly Gaillard for inclusion in the Member’s Exhibit at The Southeast Center for Photography. This has always been one of my favorite photographs and I’m thrilled to see it in a gallery exhibit.
Model credit: Dakota Snow
I’m honored to have a piece in the Chester County Art Association Past and Present auction. This image is the signature image from my solo show at CCAA. The show was a wonderful presentation of my abstract work titled “Surfacing - The Abstract Effect”.
Details for the auction can be found on the CCAA Website.
First and foremost it’s the aesthetic that grabs me and holds my interest. It does not take over the picture but rather hooks my interest and encourages me to look deeper. When I look deeper I see beautiful soft natural light illuminating a palette of organic earthy colors. The dead roses potentially represent different things to different people. I like pictures that offer the viewer opportunity to exercise their imagination and draw their own interpretation. The real strength of this picture is her gaze, not directly engaging the viewer but yet her expression still manages to attract attention.
Model credit: Astrid Kallsen