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A wall at Knight’s Place is not a thing that diners can dismiss. Every month, the work of some of the top artists of the region gets their attention very quickly. This would be another chance to get some attention – there will be an exhibit.
The Williamston pair is award winning creative persons. Amy creates and paints ceramic art, and Mike forms sculptures from copper and steel. They, recently, started to pool their endowments as they make art that combines these things. Their little collaborative art normally starts with clay. Once they are in their final shape, they finish and color the sculpture in ceramic pieces, and then the cooperative work with metal starts.
The work of 4 artists will be displayed, including the conjoined art work by the long-familiar sculptor Mike Kronenberg as well as Amy Kronenberg’s work, whose work mixed media, acrylics, watercolors has turned heads. Mike Kronenberg told that recently, his wife and he have collaborated with their respective specialties to make perfectly combined works of art. These have been a delight to produce and they appear to be a very popular form of art.
Recently a group of photography enthusiasts came to click the snaps of their works. One of the photographer stated that photography of these things are highly ignored these days.
The BC SPCA wants to exhibit your top BC wildlife pictures. Amateur snappers can enter the 5th Annual Wildlife-In-Focus Photography Competition by presentation digital snaps till 30th September. The competition is a fundraiser helping the Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre on southern Vancouver Island. This is the place where more than 2500 injured and orphaned wild animals are cared for each year.
BC SPCA’s manager of wildlife services’ Sara Dubois said that with the nation’s greatest diversity of wildlife in the province. The society is excited to help amateur and backyard photographers exhibit these incredible animals.
Some of the snaps entered in previous competition have been sported in the AnimalSense and Bark! Local newspapers, magazines and even a book City Critters: Wildlife in the Urban Jungle, written by a local journalist Nicholas Read.
Three top snaps will get the prizes in each of 2 categories – Backyard Habitats and Wild Settings. The competition is open to all aged above fourteen years and up.
The yearly competition encourages people to explore roadsides, green spaces, backyards and beaches to find magnificent images that represent the resiliency of local wildlife that includes mammals, reptiles, insects, fishes, amphibians and free living birds; but it does not include domestic or feral animal species, or snaps from rehabilitation facilities or zoos.
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A photographer has plans to reopen a former animal attraction in Florida as a beautiful botanical garden. After seventy seven years, Bonita Springs’ Everglades Wonder Gardens closed their doors last month.
Its remaining snakes, turtles, alligators, crocodiles, bobcats and deers were moved to central Florida’s Gatorland. John Brady, a wildlife photographer, recently told a local newspaper that he and the Everglades Wonder Gardens property owners have agreed to turn the attraction into botanical gardens which host community events.
Brady told that he was worried about Wonder Gardens closure as it would mean losing an important piece of local Florida history. One of the owners of the property told that John Brady is a perfect fit for this new program. The new botanical gardens will have a museum showing the attraction’s history as well as a gallery featuring John Brady’s photography.
The Bull Shoals-White River State Park is all set to arrange a free Ozark Wildlife and Landscapes event presented by award winning photographer and author Mike Martin. The event will take place Saturday from 11 am to noon at James A. Gaston Visitor Center.
Mike’s presentation will showcase a variety of photographs of songbirds, bald eagles, wildlife as well as landscapes seen throughout Ozark Mountain Region. After the slide-show, he would talk about the basic techniques of wildlife photography, He will also share some of his memorable wildlife photography experiences.