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Detroit, MI - What I have here is a photo that was taken at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn MI Nicholas Grunas was born and raised in Southwest Detroit and still calls 'The D' home. Nicholas is a self-taught photographer with much determination who has spent many hours researching his love of the art, perfecting his skills and challenging himself. Nicholas is gifted with the ability to see the beauty in anything and transform the vision in his mind into amazing images. Nicholas never leaves home without his camera and is always drawn back to the city he calls home where he brilliantly captures the beauty that still lies within the boundaries of Detroit, many times in the most unexpected astonishing places. Every picture tells a story with Nicholas' unique style, vibrant use of color and captivating imagery of Detroit and the surrounding area's attractions which are showcased within this website. Nicholas is currently for hire in addition to his fine art available for purchase!
Tampa, FL - Eleven NTAL members donated original works of art to th e Radiolgy Department at Tampa Shriner's Hospital for Children in Tampa. The following artist participated in this great event: Harvey Berman, Carol Nottingham, Joan Garcia, Peggie Lax, Francine Bauer, Emily Levy, Gloria Bucher, Anna Granina, Robert Murdock, Marie Schadt and Robin Grace.
Shriners Hospital for Children in Tampa, is located adjacent to the campus of University of South Florida at 12502 USF Pine Drive in Tampa. The hospital focuses on treating children with a host of orthopedic and neuromusculoskeletal conditions in an environment designed to put children at ease.
Orthopedics is the medical specialty concerned with correction of deformities or functional impairments of the skeletal system, especially the extremities and the spine, and associated structures, as muscles and ligaments.
Many orthopedic practices that are common in health care today were first discovered and practiced at Shriners...
São Paulo, SP - From his earliest artistic experiments synesthetic, Rodrigo Martan vague against the grain of the general trend, a factor that contributed to the formation of a poetics that covers the two possible routes traffic by placing them in check in a dialogue with the artist.
Of abstract shapes, formed and formalized by materialistic attachment figures emerge to participate in this dialogue, transforming the free action that contains the liberates contained sensations that as the intention to be painting, figure to be made of brushed ink.
This dialogue speaks of essential disobedience of life faded, the color that fades, the look does not see the silent scream; a conversation that reveals in his black light beauties and agonies dammed in figures that, in turn, lay bare and expose the artist, although both strive to remain hidden.
Louisburg, NC - Who: SlowExposures
What: 70 Images Chosen for This Year's Show
July 23, 2014
We are pleased to announce our jurors' choices for SlowExposures 2014
Our jurors, Aline Smithson and Alexa Dilworth have done a fantastic job selecting 70 images from close to eleven hundred submitted for this year's show. We thank them both for collaborating to pick a thoughtful, diverse and exciting body of work.
We would not have had such a exciting show without the efforts of all the photographers who entered their work. For your courage in putting your work out there, we thank you. The SlowExposures Committee has had the opportunity to see everyone's work--we all have our favorites that we will remember always. We hope that we will get to meet you all during the two weeks of the show. It's a fantastic opportunity to learn, to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow photographers, and to see some great images....