Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Artists Elaine Fisher, Eric Myrvaagnes and A. David Wunsch will present their first joint exhibit after being colleagues for the past half century.
The Belmont Gallery of Art presents the New/Old Group, a photography exhibit featuring the work of artists Elaine Fisher, Eric Myrvaagnes and A. David Wunsch, Jan. 25 through Feb. 24. The show’s opening reception takes place Friday, Jan. 25, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to the public. Photographers Fisher, Myrvaagnes and Wunsch have exhibited widely and had individual shows during their separate artistic careers, but this is the first time the three will be showing their work together, somewhat surprising, considering the long connection they have to one another. Elaine Fisher, Eric Myrvaagnes and A. David Wunsch share a special bond that goes back almost 50 years to 1966 when they first met as young photography students …
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Want to capture those bright lights bursting in air? Here are some tips from Patch photographers. And then send them to us.
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Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Although capturing fireworks on a camera can be difficult, if you have the right equipment and your camera is switched to the correct settings, you should be able to get some fantastic images. Here are some tips from Patch photographer Edward Maurer. Follow the instructions from the photos above. Equipment needed: Other tips from photographer Darren Rowse's website:
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Is brevity the soul of wit, or just a cop-out in the face of a time crunch?
In one of my many lives, I am a portrait/event photographer. I have taken pictures of families, graduating students, Bat Mitzvahs, weddings, and sports events. In May, I will be having a show of some of this art at a local art center. (More on that as it gets closer.) What is worrying me today is that I have to submit an “Artist’s Statement” for this event, and it’s been a struggle. It turns out that the only thing less pleasant than reading an artist statement is attempting to write a decent artist statement. It’s ridiculously challenging to put into words why one is moved to create art or the thought processes that are expressed in a particular set of artistic pieces. Inevitably the writing is either too florid: “My mosaic marks the …