A great new spring photography exhibit opens at the Gallery at the Columbia County Council on the Arts “Not March 22nd through May 16th. “Not Necessarily Black and White” features the works of local and regional artists. The works embrace photographic creations in photograms, anamorphic, panoramic, sepia, palladium prints in traditional film, darkroom and digital photography.
Juried by KEN BOVAT. JR., Master Photographer Craftsman, the owner and sole photographer of PHOTO-ART BY KEN BOVAT, inClaverack, New York. He began his business in +1976, photographing mostly weddings and environmental portraits, working out of his home. As his business grew, he relocated to an old railroad depot, which he converted into his current studio. His photography consists of weddings, portraits, specializing in High School Seniors, and a small amount of commercial photography. Ken received his Master of Photography Degree from the Professional Photographers of America in 1988 and his Photographic Craftsman Degree in 1992. He received the PPA National Award from the Professional Photographer’s Society of New York in 1998, where he served as President (2003-2004). Ken is the recipient of numerous photographic awards on the local, state and international level, and has lectured and given demonstrations to many photographic groups, both professional and amateur.
Exhibiting Artists: Carla Berger, Debra Lynne Bilow, Arlene Boehm, Denise B. Chandler, Gerald Cooley, V. James DiPerna, J. Pierre Gontier, Karen Hummel, Scott Keidong, Wayne King, Hildy Pincus Kronen, Jeffrey Levin, Katharine Mahoney, Wendy Moss, Michael O’Shea, Daniel Region, Susan Sabino, Peter Sagal and Ken Tannenbaum.
The exhibition will be on display at the Columbia County Council on the Arts Gallery, 209 Warren Street, Hudson. All are invited to attend.