The public is invited to a slide presentation at the library Bay Shore – Brightwaters Public Library on Thursday, June 12th, 2014 at 7:30pm. Local Photographer and fotofoto gallery artist Holly Gordon will share her shooting techniques and tips. This presentation is a must see for gardeners, garden lovers and photographers alike.
Perennial favorites taken with Kodak film more than a decade ago are fresh and vibrant. Recent works created in camera in Monet’s renowned garden, Giverny, France reveal her love affair with color and light. In Monet’s journal, Gordon read, that he was good at two things: gardening and painting…and she immediately saw an intimate connection as she was an avid gardener and painter long before she chose to focus on the camera for all her creativity. Her most current works are images digitally created with the use of NIK filters. The seeds of these blooms may have been planted in soil years ago, but fertile cyberspace has allowed them to germinate now…and it is ripe for viewing.
Please visit the library’s web site for additional information…
This is a free event!