BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (4/14/14) — Tony Wycihowski will exhibit his photography in the Porter Café at the Main Library.
His show is titled, Black, White and More, and will feature mostly black and white photos and some of his award winning prints.
"The reason I chose photography as an expression of my creativity is because it is easily accessible, ever changing, fun way to capture life moments and share them with family and friends,” says Wycihowski. “The late and great, American photographer, Ansel Adams is a true inspiration to my work and approach for capturing images that express both depth and a tight composition.”
Cheree and Ric Frederico will exhibit their photography at the Bob Kirby Branch.
Cheree Federico is the owner of Cheree Federico Photography (www.chereefederico.com). A member of the Professional Photographers of America, Cheree specializes in fine art prints, pets, and portraits. She also teaches private photography lessons.
“I believe that photography, like any creative art form, reflects the personality and sensibilities of both the photographer and the subject, whether the subject is an orchid, a Schnauzer, or a beautiful harvest moon,” says Frederico. Her exhibit at the library will feature botanicals and still macros.
Ric Federico is a relative newcomer to photography. Initially intrigued with nature and landscapes, his evolving style has quickly migrated to what he considers subjects of interesting and substantive character, which often consist of anything with peeling paint, ample rust or vibrant color.
“My favorite past time is going on two person photo walks with my wife in search of that next compelling image, which above all else must have a story to tell,” says Ric. His photo exhibit will be abstract and urban photography.
The Smiths Grove Sewing Circle will exhibit a quilt at the Smiths Grove Branch. The quilt is a nine patch quilt that started in a basic quilting workshop at the Smiths Grove Branch Library taught by K. O Blankenship.
“The group decided to form a sewing circle that would continue to work together on the quilt as a community project throughout the winter,” says coordinator Jessica Mather. “The group continues to sew together, and we are currently working on individual sampler quilts. About 12 people worked on the quilt and most of them had little to no experience quilting. For some, it was their first experience with sewing by machine. The youngest quilter was 10”
Information provided by Jayne Pelaski
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