I have been an avid nature lover all my life, starting with early Boy Scout campouts and hikes and continuing with gardening and kayaking today. I love the scanner photography technique – the way the detail and depth preserves the transient beauty of flowers. I never know for sure what combination of flowers and plants will work best on the scanner, so it is always a joyous act of discovery when a beautiful picture emerges on the computer screen.
I first learned the scanner photography technique from Ellen Hoverkamp, a Connecticut-based artist and teacher, through a seminar at Tower Hill Botanical Garden in Boylston, Massachusetts. My work tends more towards specimens and “growing” settings, whereas Ellen’s artistry is displayed with her tasteful bouquets and elegant arrangements. Ellen’s work can be viewed at http://www.myneighborsgarden.com.
- Best in Show for Lily Kaleidoscope in Norfolk Cultural Council show, April, 2016
- Franklin Art Association‘s 2015 Fall Show, second place in photography with Centerpiece
- Honorable Mention with Seasonings at Hopkinton Center for the Arts 2014 photography show
- Joint exhibit at The Woodshed Gallery, October, 2011
- Premier Image Gallery joint exhibit of the Blackstone Valley Art Association and the Franklin Art Association, honorable mention with Yearnings, August, 2011
- Franklin Art Association’s Spring 2011 Art Show, first place in photography with Clematis
- Arts Center of Southborough, Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibit, April 2011, with Yearnings and Shibumi
- Post Road Art Center, juried Flower Show 2010
- Joint exhibit, Norfolk Public Library, February, 2010
- Cultural Art Alliance of Hopkinton‘s “Focus” juried photography show, October 2009, Judge’s Award for Yearnings
- EMC Corporation executive office suite exhibit, April-June 2009
- Premier Image Gallery June 2008 exhibit and competition, first place with Shibumi
- Featured artist for West Coast Imaging, April 2007
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