Rockville Centre News and Events, week of Jan. 3
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The photographs of Ellen Fisch will be on exhibit on the Lover Concourse during the month of December. Fisch is an architectural fine art photographer based in New York. Her black-and-white and sepia tone photographs are timeless images evoking aesthetic beauty and a distinct sense of place. Well versed in painting and drawing, the photographer uses traditional fine art concepts to create images that go beyond conventional interpretations of her subjects. Fish’s photographs of a specific city, building, architectural detail or landmark encourage the viewer to journey to that place through photographic art to get its flavor and creating an indelible “placeprint” in the viewer’s mind. In 2010, Fisch photographed the charming and architecturally diverse community of Rockville Centre. The many styles of architecture and details of the area were brought to life in stunning black-and-white photographs. The result is a tour of the village through the eyes of a photographer. In the current exhibition Fisch revisits Rockville Centre to explore its beauty, spirit and character through setting and architecture. Visit Ellen Fisch Photography at ellenfisch.com
Helen Kraus and Small Community Room Galleries Autumn Meets Winter: Mixed Media by Galina Lampert
Works by artist Galina Lampert will be displayed in the Lower Gallery Rooms throughout the month of December. Her artistic goal is to convey feeling of happiness, calmness and balance through her depictions of still lifes and landscapes. Each composition conveys the artist’s interpretation of the beauty of nature filled with beauty, uniqueness, light and color.
Lampert is a freelance artist, a member of The National Association of Women Artists, the Art Students League of New York, and the Alliance of Queens Artists. Living in Valley Stream, she often takes inspiration from the many parks, fountains and sunsets and often includes scenes from her neighborhood in digital imagery and photography works.