Instance in Time
July 30 - September 10
A collaborative photography exhibit between Adele Buttolph & Rick McEwan.
Nature, travel, and intentional camera movement technique are truly inspiring for me as a photographer. My intent is to capture the essence of a place or emotion, as I experience it. Each photograph preserves a unique portrayal of place and time. A capture may be slow and planned, or it may be spontaneous. Seeing the world through a lens simplifies one’s view, and deepens perception of a visual subject. It allows me to appreciate and reveal the magic that is present, a gift for taking the time to see.
As a nature photographer, I seek to communicate a sense of place through hours, days, sometimes years of personal experience in a location. As an artist, I endeavor to see the familiar in new and intriguing ways, seeing patterns and connections across time, and space, and experience. We live in a world where we document, through photography, our instances in time. To hold these photographs is to hold the memories in our lives.
Photographs will be for sale online and at the exhibit.
Funding for this exhibit provided by the Ford Family Foundation, Ann Werner, & your patronage!