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Vertical Plant Portraits // Randy Burns // Visitors Center Gallery

About The Show:    “The structure of plants, every crease, bump, and  crevice in a stem, leaf, or bloom: these are the things that interest me in the world of plants. Highlighted on a lightly shadowed background, these plant portraits are more than just studies in botany. These images give the plants a presence—a center stage presence.  All plants display a world of their own upon closer  inspection. While generally most people are not in a position to... Read More
Posted by Stephanie Cosby at Thursday, July 30, 2015

Nature Inspired // Lee West // Paintings On Paper And Canvas in Fratelli's Cafe Gallery

About The Show:   "My inspirations come from the many shapes and subjects that Nature manifests. This show depicts my perceptions of various aspects of the Four Seasons. Imagination combined with creative thought evolved into my finished work." "Sunset At The Lake" MBG Artist Interview: MBG: I have a feeling you have been painting for a long time! How many years have you been painting and did you work in any other medium before paint?  Lee West: I... Read More
Posted by Stephanie Cosby at Thursday, July 30, 2015

Spirit Of Havana // David Gingold in the Visitors Center Gallery

About The Show:   These photographs were made in 2012 when retired Radio Broadcasting Executive, David Slocum Gingold, visited Cuba to photograph the people and architecture of Havana. David captured the spirit of Havana several years before the city was more freely available to photo-journalists. He met this challenge using Nikon single lens reflex bodies and Nikon lenses. Post processing was kept to a minimum so that final prints would be true to what was seen through his lens.... Read More
Posted by Stephanie Cosby at Friday, July 3, 2015

Smoky Mountain Sunrise // Lyn Kyle // Landscape Photography in Fratelli's Cafe Gallery

About The Show: " "Smoky Mountain Sunrise" is a collection of photos taken at sunrise in both spring and fall in The Great Smoky Mountains. To me, there is no place more beautiful than the Smoky Mountains. Add a little fog at sunrise and it is just breath-taking. The one lane roads swallowed in fog draw me in making me want to see what lies beyond. The fog hangs like a blanket over the trees and meadows. It is simply a beautiful sight to see." - LYN KYLE Artist Interview: ... Read More
Posted by Stephanie Cosby at Thursday, July 2, 2015


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