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    Capturing the Extraordinary

    Fine Art Photography – Versatile and Dynamic Complement to Contemporary Design

    This one hour presentation explores the relevance of photography as a fine art form and its historic claim to acceptance as one of the visual arts through the works of Ansel Adams and other established fine art photographers.

    The lecture will use a power-point presentation format with historic examples of Fine Art Photography both in North America and Europe. Discussion will include aspects of limited editions and numbered prints. Emphasis will be on certificates of authentication, archival papers, inks and mats – all considerations for establishing the value of a print as fine art.

    The lecture will distinguish between a picture and a photograph of artistic merit. It will highlight the difference between a snapshot which captures a moment in time and a photograph that expresses a creative vision. Like painting, emotion and essence are essential to the successful fine art photograph. Aspects of fine art photography will be explored and include message, intent, choice, technique and quality.
    The talk will conclude with consideration for presentation and care of quality works of photographic art. Included will be many examples of themed pieces to complement any number of design considerations.Participants will receive a reference/resource package and a Certificate of Completion for submission to their association for accreditation.

    Presenter:
    Anne Launcelott, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Experienced in various art media – Anne has devoted her artistic sensibility and training in Miksang contemplative photography. Studying under developer and teacher Michael Wood, Launcelott works with light, colour, texture and gesture. Her work is distinctive in its unadulterated use of natural light and natural colour adding to the fine art element.

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    Location23 Prince Arthur Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 1B2 (Map)
    Date & Time

    July 4, 2012 from 5 to 7 p.m.

    Cost:
    IDC/ARIDO Members $20/seminar

    Attendance:
    The protocol will be relaxed and interactive – questions and discussion welcomed into second hour if desired.

    Refreshments will be served and the lovely deck and gardens of the Women's Art Association invite informal networking.

    Location:
    The Dignam Gallery, The Women's Art Association of Canada 23 Prince Arthur Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 1B2

    Steps from Bedford Exit at St. George's station on Bloor Subway. Free parking for 12 cars on premises. Public parking right behind WAAC at Bedford and Bloor.

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