Photographer clicks natural beauty across town

August 11th, 2014 — 2:51pm
The camera of Warren Lee has witnessed blue dusk and red sunsets. It has hold the mighty wings of blue herons as well as bald eagles as he creep up on them in his canoe. It has rooted the memory of light glittering off an ice storm’s glaze and also water rushing over rocks so quick that it looks like silk.
You would also be able to see all these things – most happened in Niskayuna: on the Mohawk River, in the Lions Park, as well as along Lock 7. Even these less recognized scenes were clicked within an hour’s drive of Lee’s Angelina Drive home, along with a hike, if you are feeling adventuresome.
Warren is an engineer with the General Electric Global Research. He started splashing in photography during the film region, clicking portraits of friends and family. When digital photography turned approachable, he invested more time in landscape and nature photography.
Warren told that photography is interesting partly because of the technical aspect, in combination with artistry and composition, that makes it a great hobby. At a reception on 13th July, at the historic Lions Park train station, that has been changed over into an artists’ haven for the season by Maureen Sausa, Warren guides guests to the windows looking the Erie Canal and also demo them where one blue landscape had been clicked. At times, Lee makes trips to Mohawk River just to make sure that he does not lose a great colorful sunset.

The camera of Warren Lee has witnessed blue dusk and red sunsets. It has hold the mighty wings of blue herons as well as bald eagles as he creep up on them in his canoe. It has rooted the memory of light glittering off an ice storm’s glaze and also water rushing over rocks so quick that it looks like silk.

You would also be able to see all these things – most happened in Niskayuna: on the Mohawk River, in the Lions Park, as well as along Lock 7. Even these less recognized scenes were clicked within an hour’s drive of Lee’s Angelina Drive home, along with a hike, if you are feeling adventuresome.

Warren is an engineer with the General Electric Global Research. He started splashing in photography during the film region, clicking portraits of friends and family. When digital photography turned approachable, he invested more time in landscape and nature photography.

Warren told that photography is interesting partly because of the technical aspect, in combination with artistry and composition, that makes it a great hobby. At a reception on 13th July, at the historic Lions Park train station, that has been changed over into an artists’ haven for the season by Maureen Sausa, Warren guides guests to the windows looking the Erie Canal and also demo them where one blue landscape had been clicked. At times, Lee makes trips to Mohawk River just to make sure that he does not lose a great colorful sunset.

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The Native Art of Buffalo Horn Cover

August 11th, 2014 — 6:34am

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Native art features prominently at Toronto Birth Centre

July 14th, 2014 — 12:28am

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Exhibit showcases SVA member’s photo

June 20th, 2014 — 8:04am
An exhibit displaying snaps by Dale Van Minsel is now through till 30th June at Lake’s Edge Gallery, in Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance. The event, which is open to public, features 7 snapshots by Van Minsel, a Howards Grove native who works as digital and communications coordinator at the Silver Lake College.
Franciscan Music Center door opens on 8 am to 9 pm, from Mondays till Fridays. Van Minsel has been into the world of photography and art since the year 1978. He is a Sheboygan Visual Artists member as well as a pro level member of the Wisconsin Visual Artists. In fact, he is also Portal Wisconsin’s a featured artist.
According to reports, Dale Van Minsel told that his artistic work mostly involves creating unique images using the iPhone and photo apps. He added that he has always relished making pictures depicting possible dimensions and altered landscapes using whatever medium was available at the time, but iPhoneography and photo applications really allow him to make unique snaps without cost or equipment limitations.
The works of Van Minsel’s has been showcased at UW-Sheboygan, Silver Lake College, Gallery 3, The Trout Museum of Art, Frank Juarez Gallery, Neville Public Museum, Charles Allis Museum of Art and Plymouth Arts Center. His works has also been part of different exhibits in New York, Italy and Brazil.

An exhibit displaying snaps by Dale Van Minsel is now through till 30th June at Lake’s Edge Gallery, in Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance. The event, which is open to public, features 7 snapshots by Van Minsel, a Howards Grove native who works as digital and communications coordinator at the Silver Lake College.

Franciscan Music Center door opens on 8 am to 9 pm, from Mondays till Fridays. Van Minsel has been into the world of photography and art since the year 1978. He is a Sheboygan Visual Artists member as well as a pro level member of the Wisconsin Visual Artists. In fact, he is also Portal Wisconsin’s a featured artist.

According to reports, Dale Van Minsel told that his artistic work mostly involves creating unique images using the iPhone and photo apps. He added that he has always relished making pictures depicting possible dimensions and altered landscapes using whatever medium was available at the time, but iPhoneography and photo applications really allow him to make unique snaps without cost or equipment limitations.

The works of Van Minsel’s has been showcased at UW-Sheboygan, Silver Lake College, Gallery 3, The Trout Museum of Art, Frank Juarez Gallery, Neville Public Museum, Charles Allis Museum of Art and Plymouth Arts Center. His works has also been part of different exhibits in New York, Italy and Brazil.

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Interviews with Lonnie Powell, founding members of the ‘Light in the Other Room

June 15th, 2014 — 6:20pm

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Submit your photographic work

June 10th, 2014 — 4:05pm

The Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge has announced their 2014 Wildlife Awaits Photography Competition. Photographers have been asked to submit their snaps for the contest of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters/Visitor Center located at 1371 Wildlife Drive in Springville, Tennessee.

The theme deals with regional wildlife or/and nature scenes and it must be an example of what one would see while visiting TN National Wildlife Refuge. An entrant should hold all the rights to the snaps submitted. Any snaps published earlier or pending publication – or any that infringes or violate upon another persons’ copyright are actually not eligible.

Wildlife snaps that won contests elsewhere are not eligible. Any snaps that were earlier entered in the contest would not be allowed again. The contest would be divided into categories – adult and age 18 and under.

All snaps must be printed on 10 x 8 photographic papers with no mat or any frame, and will be viewed online at http://kerratarchitects.tumblr.com/. Violation of any of these rules may lead to disqualification. If multiple snaps are presented, they might all be placed on the same CD. A snap would not be considered if there is no digital file. The CD has to be labeled with the name and contact info of the photographer.

All photographers would be limited to 3 entries each category and it have to be original to the artist. No copies of copyrighted or published photographs would be accepted. The entries are limited to an 10×8 photographic print.

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CHSS Native Art 2008 Part I – Learning and working together

May 18th, 2014 — 1:56pm

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