April 18 – June 2, 2018
Wisconsin Visual Artists' NE-Chapter Exhibition
Dock on the Farm Pond and August Rainbow will be featured in the 2018 Wisconsin Visual Artists' NE-Chapter Exhibition. The exhibition will be held at the Richeson School of Art & Gallery, 557 Marcella Street, Kimberly, from April 18 through June 2.
An area west of Black River Falls in the northern Driftless Region is the setting for Dock on the Farm Pond.I used black and white infrared photography to reference a bygone era of Wisconsin farming.
Sensing conditions were perfect for a rainbow after an early evening rainstorm, I grabbed a camera and headed out. As I reached the top of a hill east of Wausau, a splendid rainbow appeared in a still-stormy sky.I captured August Rainbowjust as the evening light and rainbow were fading.
For more information Richeson School of Art & Gallery.
May 4 – June 9, 2018
Cave Point Dawn will be featured in "Wanderlust," a juried exhibition at artlessBastard, a new gallery in DePere, Wisconsin. The gallery is located at 353 Main Avenue; the exhibition is on view May 4 through June 9, 2018
In Cave Point Dawn, I captured a pastel sunrise reflected in the waters of Lake Michigan as moisture-laden clouds moved on shore at Door County's Cave Point County Park.
For more information artlessBastard.
May 11 – August 3, 2018
Alive in the Arts
The Benchwill be featured in the 2018 "Alive in the Arts" exhibition. Held at Gallery 110 North, in the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill Street, Plymouth, the exhibition is on view from May 11 through
An infrared photograph, The Bench shows a solitary seat placed in a manicured patch of grass under a majestic oak tree to take advantage of the full branches that provide shade for relaxing on hot summer days.
For more information Plymouth Arts Center.
June 11 – August 3, 2018
Culture & Agriculture
Break in the Clouds and Evening Rainbow will be featured in the 2018 "Culture & Agriculture" exhibition, held at New Visions Gallery, 1000 North Oak Avenue, Marshfield, from June 11 through August 3.
Break in the Clouds was photographed on a cloudy, late-September afternoon, just as a break in the clouds illuminated a post-harvest field on an Amish farm, southeast of Stoddard, in Wisconsin's Driftless Region.
In June, following a late-afternoon rain shower, the sun re-appeared. I sensed the potential for a rainbow, so I grabbed my camera and headed out.
Just as I crested a hill heading east of Wausau, I spotted a rainbow. I approached a favorite farm as the whole scene came together: rainbow, clouded pastel sky, lush green grass, red barn, and fading light.
Evening Rainbow was captured at 8:41. I could still see the sun through a break in the clouds as it reached the western horizon.
For more information New Visions Gallery.