Perspectives on the Natural World
Photographs by Jennifer Ablard, Jonathan Moldover, Jeffrey Waldron
May 28-June 29, 2016
Reception: Saturday June 11, 2-4 PM
Jennifer Ablard created this exhibit from a series of photographs taken over the span of 4 years. A daily commute took Jennifer past this lone apple tree in the middle of conservation land. She had the pleasure of seeing this orchard survivor in all manner of weather and mood. Using an extended period of time to study a location is one example of how Jennifer uses perspective.
Jonathan Moldover has been photographing the details of the world around him for over 55 years. Aside from his 6 grandchildren, his favorite subjects these days are botanical closeups and street photography. When photographing flowers, he tries to identify what attracted him to the plant and then emphasize it in the image.
Jeffrey Waldron is a photographer and painter who has been working in the Pioneer Valley since 2000. Originally from Amherst, MA, he now lives in Granby with his wife Cherry. In addition to her own work, Cherry works with him in creating and showing his art. Hummingbirds are Jeff’s current obsession, and he is not only photographing and painting them, but is trying to create a Hummingbird Garden in his backyard.
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