A new exhibit from the members of the Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania (PASNWPA)
Glass Growers Gallery will feature the fine art photography of members of the Photographic Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania (PASNWPA) at its next art exhibit, “Photographic Impressions” from August 7 through September 9, 2015.
The featured photography ranges from richly toned panoramic landscapes to black and white images with exquisite tonal ranges and also includes abstract and impressionistic photographs.
Featured artists include many well-known local photographers, such as Jack Anon, Fred Fiedler, Christine French, T. Alan Kirk, Patti Larson, Terry Pytlarz, Kathy Maloney, John Misterovich, Bob Raydo, Patty Raydo, Rebecca Samler, Monica Schwegman, Barbara Weaver, Kathy A. Welte, Gayle Winslow, and Greg Zbach.
PASNWPA members, whose high quality photographic art work will be displayed at the exhibit, will be present at the opening reception to discuss their own photographic images as well as the goals of PASNWPA in promoting photography as fine art. PASNWPA members are always happy to discuss their techniques for capturing their images as well as their use of the plethora of tools available to them to further enhance their digital images and create works of art!
Exhibit ends September 9, 2015
Glass Growers Gallery
10 East Fifth Street
Erie, PA 16507
Hours: Mon to Sat 10 to 5 pm
Visit the Glass Growers Gallery today. You will be rewarded with many more works of art created by the Fine Art Photographers of the Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania.
PASNWPA is a non-profit organization that advances Fine Art photography in the Northwestern Pennsylvania area and helps provide economic benefits for its member artists. Among its stated goals are: to organize and conduct gallery exhibitions, to provide education on Fine Art photography to the public, and to provide member artists a gallery on the PASNWPA webpage to showcase their images.
PASNWPA Contact Information:
Kathy A. Welte, President
For more information about this exhibit, contact: Deborah or Vanessa Vahanian at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 814.453.3758