This month’s exhibit features a collection of flower photography by local artist Diane Visintainer.
View Diane’s work on both floors of the library through May 30.
“Flower photography, for me, is about capturing the loveliness of flowers in natural light. My photos draw you in and touch your heart. They will stir your soul with song. When I get ready to photograph a flower, I explore each flower, thoroughly, and take several shots from every angle in order to capture its singular essence of beauty that you might not have noticed on your own. Then I review all the photos and choose the one that has exceptional color, drama and tugs at my emotions. The natural beauty of flowers is a constant source of inspiration. I encourage you to see my flowers in a new way.”
For more information about Diane’s work, visit TouchesYourHeartPhotos.com, call 970-673-5929, or email Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get more information about library exhibits or contact Jamie Murphy at email@example.com.