Reconstructive Viewpoints Photographic Chronicals at Artemis First Fridays April 6th

Photographic Chronicles  of the Huguenot Bridge by Bruce Yoder and  other Richmond perspectives by Keith Deringer.

We often take for
granted the beautiful bits of natural and
manmade elements surrounding us each day.
Thankfully, we have two emerging photographers in
our own backyard to remind us of these easily missed gifts.
The chronicles of the Huguenot Bridge upgrade often brings to mind
questions, frustrations, and sometimes delays as we cross from one suburb
of Richmond to another. Bruce Yoder spent many Saturday and Sunday
afternoons walking across the 63 year old bridge capturing the beauty of
natural elements both before and during their transformations into manmade
use. Surprisingly stunning photographs are now his gift to us as we
vicariously slow down and take the time to just look.
Similarly, freelance photographer Keith Deringer shares his passion for the
beauty in the world around us as he takes shots of both nature and people.
Deringer’s photo art also provides a behind-the-scenes look at many
Richmond art gatherings and socials, rituals (the great American game of
baseball with Richmond’s own Flying Squirrels), and the energy
thus produced.
Come out and join Artemis Gallery as we celebrate two great local emerging
photographers, live music, and light refreshments throughout the evening!
Artworks will be available for viewing throughout the month of April on
Saturdays from 12-5PM and all other times by appointment when you
call 804-353-2676.

 

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