The Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group will once again showcase the talents of some of its own members at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14. Featured this time will be Robert Bicknell, Bonnie Newman, Lisa Redburn, and Linda Wolk.
- Robert Bicknell said in a press release, “My goal as an artist is to photograph subjects in a way that conveys a strong sense of place and beauty. In doing so, I operate under the two tenets of ‘light is everything’ and ‘you have to be there.’” He adds, “My affinity for the natural world remains paramount in my photography today.” To learn more about his work, visit https://www.robertbicknellphoto.com/.
- Bonnie Newman finds solace and spirituality in nature. Her photography centers on landscape and its elements, focusing on light, shapes, and abstraction. She reimagines beyond what is there — fractured and reassembled, distorted and transparent, and she often utilizes camera movement and multiple imaging. She seeks to evoke emotion, and her photos may reflect serenity, magic, or edginess. Learn more about her at https://www.bonnienewmanphotography.com/.
- Lisa Redburn started doing photography in 2012 when she got intrigued by reflections in Paris puddles. Much of her photography has continued to explore shifting relationships between what is real, reflected, and remembered. Currently, she is using her photography in a more tactile way. She reaches back into archives and selects images to create 3D setups and objects. These abstracted experiences – from around the world and over time – come together to create new, multi-faceted visual conversations. Learn more at https://www.lisaredburn.com/.
- Linda Wolk is a photographer in the Boston area who takes pleasure in making images that document the world she lives in and how she sees it. She records her family, everyday observances, her love of travel, and the details of her environment with her camera.
This meeting is free and open to the public. A meeting link will be sent to the BCA member email list. Non-members wishing to attend the member presentations as guests should use the Contact Form on bcaphoto.org; select Guest Attendee under Inquiry Type.
Guests are welcome to attend two meetings and then should join the Group if they would like to continue.
This program is supported in part through a grant from the Bedford Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
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