The annual programming of the Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group now includes one evening devoted to showcasing the work of different BCA members. We feel fortunate that on Tuesday, January 11 at 7 PM we will offer presentations by accomplished members Astrid Reishwitz, Dennis Rainville and Diane Bennett.
Astrid”s work explores storytelling from a personal perspective. Using keepsakes from family life, old photographs, and storytelling strategies, she builds a visual world of memory, identity, place, and home. Her current focus is the exploration of personal and collective memory influenced by her upbringing in Germany.
Dennis is a fine art photographer who enjoys dealing in multiple genres of photography. His work ranges from landscape, still life, long exposure, architectural, focus stacked, time lapse, and black and white, to painted photographs.
Diane often asks herself: Where is the emotion in these surroundings? This long-standing focus informs her photography, which merges street-level reality, broader myth and personal resonance. Diane specializes in black and white street images.
We hope you will join us to learn more and enjoy the work of these three talented photographers.
In-person meetings of the BCA Photo Group are suspended until further notice. However, we’ve been holding meetings online with great success. Meeting links are sent to BCA members and registered guests shortly before the 7 PM start-time. Non-members wishing to attend 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. The event is free and open to the public.