Photo-Art by Neil de Boer

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Woolwich Local Art Program

Pictures hung Woolwich Local Art Program

Imagine – Photo Exhibit at the Woolwich Township Hall

Hanging Pictures for the Woolwich Local Art Program Exhibit

Hanging Pictures for the Woolwich Local Art Program Exhibit

This evening we put on display 18 of my photographs at the Woolwich Township Hall – 24 Church Street West Elmira, Ontario.  I have titled this exhibit “Imagine” because it is a word that embodies the creative process from composing the photo to creating the image.

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Imagine Photo Exhibit

Imagine Photo Exhibit

Imagine Photo Exhibit

On the evening of Friday November 16th there will be a Gala opening exhibit of my work at the Woolwich Township Administration Building in Elmira Ontario. This is a program that Woolwich Township provides to promote local artists and I am honored to be able to participate. This exhibit will be on display at the Township offices for 3 months. As the date gets closer I will post a gallery of what I will have on display.

I will also showing this same body of work in the Rural Routes Studio Tour on November 3rd and 4th at the Studio of friend and fellow photographer Rick Schmidt. Check out Rick’s work at his web site. http://rick.schmidty.ca/


Elmira Bandstand

Elmira Bandstand

Elmira Bandstand

This historic bandstand is in Gore Park, Elmira Ontario. The original is believed to have been built in 1892. Since then it has gone through several rebuilds and restorations. You can read more about it in an article linked below.
http://observerxtra.com/2/featured/and-the-band-played-on/


Vines and Brick

Vines and Brick

Vines and Brick

The ivy on this old building in Elmira Ontario will soon loose it’s leaves. All that will be left for the winter is a web of vine branches.


Floradale Lake

Floradale Lake

Floradale Lake

Also known as the Woolwich Reservoir, Floradale Lake is just north of Elmira Ontario near the village of Floridale.
There was a nice sunset the other night so I drove up and took a few pictures.

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