The Nagle Warren will be exhibiting the work of 3 area photographers. The show will be on display from September 3rd through the 30th with an artist’s reception on September 13th from 5-8 during Art Design & Dine.
Don Edington, a Program manager at WYDOT, is an amateur photographer, working with a Nikon DSLR 3200. The images in the show, Three Photographers – Three Perspectives, were chosen for their vivid color and abstract shapes. The photography was taken at the Chihuly Bridge of Glass in Tacoma, Washington. Chihuly is a well know glass artist with work and exhibitions around the world. A small sculpture of glass will be priced at $4,000 and a chandelier over a million. This is your chance to have affordable Chihuly.
Tony James “I have been involved in photography for 35+ years. My first voyages in photography were primarily landscape studies. My journeys have evolved into other areas, such as floral, macro, historical preservation, textures, and fine art prints. I feel now that my work represents various elements of my photographic visions, and the public can expect to see my work as an eclectic mix of various images and ideas”
David Larsen has been an active photographer for over 50 years. In his early career, he was a Product and Marketing Manager for Pentax and Rollei cameras. Larsen taught Film and Digital Photography at LCCC for 16 years. In 2007, he founded Lone Tree Images, LLC and is now devoting his time to his own fine art, portrait and wedding photography. He is a juried member of several Wyoming and Arizona art organizations.
“My inspiration comes from the many moods of light & shadow in nature. My approach is to look, see and capture an image in a way that most people weren’t even aware existed. Sometimes, it’s a process of isolating a subtle detail or emphasizing the natural lighting to focus the viewer’s eye on a key element or it may be combining images to provide a dramatic panorama”. David Larsen