Sat Feb 17, 2018 2:15pm – 3:45pm
Stanley Kolber Bird Photography Workshop
Sponsored by: Connecticut River Museum
Join Stanley Kolber, noted nature photographer, for a wonderful photography workshop in the museum’s Eagles of Essex exhibit. Birds were Stan’s first love when, some fifteen years ago, he picked up a camera and set a course for photography as a second career and full-time artistic endeavor. And although the subject of his work has evolved, his ardor for birds, and for rendering them lovingly and faithfully, is undiminished. Stan’s work is held in corporate and private collections, and he has had a one-man show at Chelsea, New York’s Pleiades Gallery. He was one of only fourteen artists selected out of four hundred submitting artists nationwide to participate in a Pleiades juried show whose juror was a curator of American Art at the Guggenheim Museum. Stan is near publication of a bird book.
In addition to helping skills development, his greatest pleasure in giving workshops is the opportunity to kindle and encourage his audience’s interest in the natural world. He hopes that young people as well as adults will attend the workshops, so that he can impart some of his own enthusiasm to the next generation.
These workshops are very popular!
Pre-registration is strongly recommended, seating is limited.
Please call 860.767.8269 x110 to register.
Program is free with museum admission.
- Admission: 06426
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