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11.11.2010

Local Talent I

Many years ago my mom introduced me to the joy of finding beautiful hand crafted items by local artisans. We make annual trips to all the "good" local craft shows.  When we travel we always seek out the best in local crafts.  We look for pottery, photographs, sculpture, jewelry, clothing, furniture, textiles and artwork.  You get to meet the artists who create these items and learn how they are made.  They are always so passionate about what they do.  I treasure the items I've collected over the years.  Not only are they pretty to look at and usually one of a kind but they always tell a story.  Over the next few months I plan to highlight some great local artists.

Into The Night

It's with great pleasure that I introduce Ginny Kuhn, a very talented photographer, who also happens to be my neighbor and friend.   Photography started out as a hobby but now Ginny's work can be found in juried art shows and galleries through out Maryland.  By combining traditional photography with modern technology, Ginny has discovered how to make a photograph come alive by enhancing color and light and using creative artistry.


Her photographs can be made in just about any size and can be gallery wrapped or framed.  If you would like more information about the photographs please contact Ginny at ginny@ginnykuhn.com.    More of her photographs can be found at www.ginnykuhn.com.  Below I've listed Ginny's upcoming shows.  Enjoy her work!


Koi Running

Nice Breeze

Waiting For Lovers
Sand Soldiers


Driftwood


Powder Blue
Waiting For Global Warming
Antique Wood limited edition

A Good Day

Clown



Blue Crabs

Magnolia

Drifter

White Dory
Ginny also has a book of her photographs you can purchase.  It would make a great gift for the holidays!


Upcoming Shows

Berrywood Club House
Friday, November 19th
4 - 8pm
Saturday, November 20th
11am - 3pm

The Big Vanilla
Arnold location
Wednesday, December 1
7am - 8pm

St. Martins in the Field Episcopal Church
Saturday, December 4
9am - 3pm





2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think art is so important for filling up the blank spots of your home with beauty and interest. I really like the Blue Crabs!

Melissa said...

I couldn't agree with you more!