As an artist, one of my favorite things is to share my photographs. To share my visions, what I see, and how I have captured them with my camera excites me, and drives me to continue creating!
Each photograph that I create contains more then just the scene before my lens,it contains a little bit of who I am. What I saw, and just as important what I felt are all a part of the final image.
Starting on November 20, I will be sharing my work in a new location – Dryden Gallery at Providence Picture Frame. Located in Providence, Rhode Island, providence picture frame is the largest art installation company in New England, as well as the largest and oldest framing company on the east coast. To say that I am flattered and excited is an understatement!
As a photographer I see beauty all around me, and I love finding an ordinary location and creating an extraordinary photograph. Coming back at the right time of day, with the right conditions allow me to capture a scene that few are fortunate to see in person.
The exhibit will feature many of my very favorite photographs. From “The Torpedo Room” where I bring a World War era submarine to life, to “Trees On a Hill” that captures a summer sunset on a farm, take a photographic journey with me as I have explored southern New England.
I hope that you can join me on Thursday, November 20 from 6:00 – 8:30 PM for the opening reception. And if you cannot make it opening night, you can drop by the gallery anytime between November 20 and February 15 and still get to see it!