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Photo Exhibit at the Woolwich Township Hall in Elmira

Last night was the opening of my photo exhibit at the Woolwich Township Hall in Elmira. Thanks to all that came out and for your generous comments. The show will be on display till the end of January so let your friends know there is still time to see it.

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Friday’s Art Exhibit

Elmira - Chemtura Building

End of the Line – Chemtura Elmira

This photo will be part of my first solo exhibit taking place Friday November 16th at the Woolwich Township Hall, 24 Church St. Elmira. Come out between 5:30 and 9:30 pm. There will be 21 prints on display. Refreshments and snacks! Looking forward to seeing you!

 


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.


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.

3 exposure HDR , photomatix, photoshop, topaz, lightroom


Conflicting Messages

Sunset and bridge

Conflict

I can’t decide if I like this sunset shot or not. I think it is because of the conflicting messages it gives. You have a nice peaceful sunset broken up with the chaotic branches of the trees and then there is the strong lines of the bridge structure. At least it makes you think. Art should do that sometimes. What do you think?


Through the Green Door

Green Door

Through the Green Door

It may be rough and worn but it is still doing it’s job as the front door to a business in St. Jacobs called Artefacts.

This is a single raw shot processed in Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz and Lightroom


Lost Souls

Boots

Lost Souls

I found this shed behind a burn out farm house in Elmira. It’s at the same place as the love seat I posted earlier. Amongst the chaotic pile of junk sat these old boots neatly placed as if someone had taken them off – carefully set them aside and went and sat on the old love seat.  Now these lost souls wait patiently  for their owner to return.

3 Exposure HDR, Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz and Lightroom