Exhibit: Nature in Photography
Location: Fletcher Library (West campus), second and third floor
Available: May 21 – June 30, 2012, during normal library hours
Description: Despite the economy local artists express their particular ways of interpretation of what their eyes see through their unique styles in photography. Three artists, Nancy Albright, Diane Greco Lesser and Justine Cornelius have joined their originality with their creative visions working together on shared goals. Each artist has a unique style of beautiful photography that can be hung wherever desired.
More information on the artists:
Justine Cornelius: Born in Jacksonville, Florida, currently residing in Arizona, Justine’s ambition and primal passion are depicted with a romantic style of photography. When she is taking her photos she is in resonance with her subject becoming one with each exposure. “Not satisfied with just another photo she wants her photos to embark on creative and spiritual energy from within to provide a creative style of photography that will project a powerful message to others”. Justine’s eyes catch sensuous lines and intricate patterns and the richness of vivid colors in her work.
Diane Greco Lesser: Born in Queens, New York, currently residing in Arizona, Diane’s signature style of photography has an added dimension by introducing brush strokes, an element that transforms her photography into works of art. Her work has added layers of texture, and detail to the physical surface that enhances the foreground and background of each photo. By adding this element to her photography, it provides unique characteristics that distinguish her work from other photographers capturing the texture that is all around us. In her own words “It is not an option to miss a moment”.
Nancy Albright: Born in Rochester, Minnesota, currently residing in Arizona, Nancy began at an early age striking out with an Olympus 35 mm camera. First photography show was in the Rochester Art Center in Minnesota. This got her started and thirty years later she still gets excited for the perfect shot. Nancy’s focus is capturing the beauty of wildlife, landscape and is drawn to fragmented images as a passion. Through the lens of her camera, images have been developed to show the beauty of that which calms the soul.