My digital-composite photographic print, "Something Moved," has been selected for the upcoming exhibition titled "From Roots To Leaves" at The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs, a 501c3 non-profit arts organization in Arkansas. In this tree inspired exhibit, Curator Jeri Hollis selected 56 artworks from the 277 artworks submitted by 102 artists from across the United States. The exhibition dates are from March 21 to April 29, 2014. You are invited to the opening reception on Friday, March 21 at 6:30 pm and at 7:30 pm there will be a concert in the gallery room featuring Conway, AR songwriter Treva Blomquist.
The image selected is a digital composite of two photographs; the winter scene was photographed in Yellowstone National Park, using a vertical shaking in-camera technique to achieve the painterly effect, and the gentleman sitting on the park bench was photographed on a trip I took to Guatemala, in the Tikal National Park.
The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs is one of the oldest non-profit arts organization in Arkansas. The gallery and headquarters is located in the Historic Downtown Arts District. The strength and vision of this organization continues through it's members, it's board of directors, supporters of the arts, and leaders in the community, including former President Bill Clinton. The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs is located at 626 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, AR, 71902, USA. More information about them may be located on their Web site at http://www.hsfac.org/