|Terri Brooks' winter paintings|
|Winter to Spring: lots to talk about|
|Friends to talk with..|
|And much to see|
|March 9th event: Peg Scully at work|
|Intent audience listening to Joel Rhymer's presentation|
|Photographer,Joel Rhymer, March 24|
Then, March 24th Joel Rhymer did a power point presentation, "Seeing with a Photographer's Eye," explaining five important points for consideration to add interest and drama to our own photos.
The power point presentation, which made use of both Joel's own work and the work of famous photographers, was followed by discussion and a critiquing session of photos the event participants had brought with them.
|Joe Viger gives pointers before the photo walk|
Finally, with the weather "on the upswing," Joe Viger led a photo walk April 13, "What Do You Look For? What Did you See With Your Camera?" Beginning inside Joe gave us some pointers on "What do you look for, explaining that we can learn from each other as well as from him. Let loose on the photogenic street in front of the gallery, we clicked away and then returned to the gallery to share what we actually saw with our cameras.
|Photowalk walkers getting Joe Viger's opinion...|
|Photo walkers checking angles|
SUMMARIZING:With the first series of Friday events almost completed (five of the initial eight scheduled),it is fair to say, The Great White Barn, indeed, FREEDOM GALLERY for ART & SPIRIT, has had a successful beginning.
YOGA continues, open to all levels, M & TH at 3:45 and 6, Wed at 10:30. Check out Yoga in Freedom for schedule and occasional schedule changes.
NEXT EVENT: "Your Turn: Poetry Night" 6-8, Friday April 27. April is National Poetry Month, so it's fitting to have a poetry session. Do you write poetry? Do you have a favorite poem? Come and share, or come to hear what others have to read. As before, Call Barbara (610)762-2493, or email her email@example.com and she'll reserve a seat, or, if you're reading your own work, let her know and she'll put you on the program!
Thank-you all for your participation, comments and compliments. Suggestions and volunteers for future programs are always welcome.