Light Spirited in Pink in the 2017 Creative Tallahassee Exhibition
Light Spirited in Pink
In January I purchased a large and somewhat exotic bouquet from my local grocer and made the beginning of a new series called, The Bouquet Project. I treated each flower type to a portrait while experimenting with a new lens. I was fortunate the flowers lasted as long as they did while I tried out unique themes. The flowers from this bouquet include Light Spirited in Pink and the following images:
The Bouquet Project
I am delighted for the opportunity to show, Light Spirited in Pink in the 2017 Creative Tallahassee Exhibition as it is been dominated mostly by fine artists other than photographers, (including painters, mixed-media, textile, etc.) and their work is beautiful! Here is the announcement from the Council on Culture & Arts website, and I hope to see you there!
Image copyright ©2017 COCA
"Celebrate the skill, talent, ingenuity and creativity of some of the most exciting artists in the Big Bend area. Highlighted in this multi-media show is the work of many established and emerging local artists. This highly-anticipated annual, juried exhibition features 56 paintings, drawings, photographs, textiles, and sculptures.
"The competition was steep. There were more than 180 individual artworks submitted this year by 66 artists. And from those, 49 artists were selected by a special jury to have their work shown in this year’s Creative Tallahassee show.
"Those artists are:
"Meet the artists at a public exhibit reception on Friday, March 24, 2017 from 6:00pm-7:30pm at the City Hall Art Gallery. The awards will be announced at 6:30. There is no charge for the reception or the exhibition."
Keywords: 2017 Creative Tallahassee, COCA, Darlene Almeda, Exhibit, art exhibit, floral, flower photography, flowers, macro photography, photography
No comments posted.
Recent PostsShooting a Rolleiflex with Studio Flash and Rolleinars "Curly Fries" Selected for YUM Show Camera Bag Versatility Light Spirited in Pink in the 2017 Creative Tallahassee Exhibition Panorama in Pieces “Gulf Station” selected for Picture Tallahassee by AIA Florida Shooting For Success! Chromotherapy Reception Three Prints Accepted into Photofest 2016 Chromotherapy Art Exhibit, Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Gallery, FAMU