Photography Exhibit: The Viewfinder N.2 by Debora S. BrunoWednesday May 1, 2019
The Viewfinder N.2 is a selection of photographs that incorporates different styles, from black and white to infrared, traditional color film to digital images. The artist believes that beauty is found not only in daily subjects such as flowers, sunrises, seascapes, etc., but that one can explore and discover amazing and gorgeous images through simple subjects such as the textured elements of old leaves, architecture, snapshots from friends, still life objects (cups, apples) and more. The artist wishes to share her conception with the viewers and hopes they can travel through these interesting subjects.
On exhibit in the library meeting room for the month of May.
Meet the artist at a reception on Saturday, May 11th, from 1:00 - 4:30 pm.
Debora Santiago Bruno appreciates art in general styles. Her love for photography is one of the most important aspects of her life. Her work includes portrait, still life, nature and scenery, black and white, infrared, color and computer enhanced photography. Landscapes and architecture subjects are her favorites. When she is shooting these elements, she tries to capture the best quality of light as possible to produce a result that is remarkable. Debora has exhibited in many places including the Middletown Public Library, Brookdale Community College, Guild of Creative Art, Art Alliance, Freehold Art Society, Monmouth County Clerk's Office, Monmouth Museum, and more. She had her work published in the Collage Magazine and received honorable mentions in the MCAC Juried Art Show in 2003 and the Student Art Show at Brookdale Community College in 2005 and 2006. She was awarded First Place for best alternative category for her piece entitled "Empire State Building" at the Photography Juried Show Open Eyesights, March 2007, and First Place in the 15th Juried Art Show at the Guild of Creative Art, October 2007.
Location: Eastern Branch
to go to the Monmouth County Library