I am currently exploring other show and gallery opportunities for my reflection photographs and the new work I am doing.
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I had my first solo photography show in November and December 2012: “Reflected Nature: Myth, Mask & Other Worlds“ at the Swarthmore Community Center in Swarthmore, PA, (the same building as the Swarthmore Public Library). thanks very much to Michele Southworth and the Swarthmore Friends of the Arts who hosted the show.
Although it is a frequent question, this work is not digitally manipulated in a program like Photoshop to “get” the effect shown, nor are they double exposures. The images are creative reflections of nature, and sometimes of the human form, reflected in lakes, ponds, streams, water and even ice. I am also beginning to experiment with other reflective surfaces, old building windows, cars, pots and pans, Christmas tree ornaments etc, although this show was primarily my nature work. I do often rotate and images 90 or 180 degrees to enhance the reflection effect. I do occasionally lighten or darken an image, or do the digital equivalent of the old darkroom techniques of burning and dodging, or cropping…but the majority of images are straight from my digital camera.
Thank you to those who joined me at the photography show opening, December 7, 2012, and to those who came and saw the show, an also to those who bought my work.
I really enjoyed sharing my work with the local community. If you are interested in purchasing work, please click on my contact page and send me an email, or call. Work is available framed in either 9″ x 12″ or 22″ x 32″ sizes.
Note: This show “Reflected Nature: Myth, Mask & Other Worlds“ is available to travel to other galleries.