POINT OF VIEW
August 26th – October 6th, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 26th from 5 – 8 pm
Lisa Vollmer Photography Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Point of View.
The exhibition will feature new works by Sabine Vollmer von Falken from a series entitled Britannica, Dogs Eye View by Carolina Palermo Schulze, Moving Point of View by Tom Zetterstrom, Dancers by Lear Levin and Arrival from the Point of View series by Lisa Vollmer.
Exhibiting at the Affordable Art Fair in NYC
March 29 – April 2nd, 2017
Booth Number 2.15
For more information: https://affordableartfair.com/fairs/new-york
Self-Portraits photographs by Lisa Vollmer Opening Date April 29th, 2017 from 5-8pm
The Gift Show December 31, 2016
Photographs by Lisa Vollmer
Water Opened August 19th, 2016 and is part of the permanent collection
Photographs by Thatcher Hullerman Cook
July 15th – August 16th, 2016
© Thatcher Hullerman Cook Community Swing, Darjeeling, India 2012
A selection from Portraits of Trees, photographs by Tom Zetterstrom
April 30th – July 10th, 2016
A selection from Portraits of Trees, photographs by Tom Zetterstrom, inaugural exhibition.
Artist reception June 18th from 5-7 pm.
Exhibition dates: April 30th – July 10th, 2016
Tom Zetterstom’s Portraits of Trees represents the diversity and beauty of America’s forest resources. His 35-year dedication to trees imbues this endeavor with a unified artistic vision, sharpened by his very personal commitment to issues of local and global sustainability. Tom’s photographic career spans 45 years. His work as a freelance photojournalist in the 70s and 80s ranged from the New York Times Magazine and op-ed pages to A Day in the Life of America. His photographic eye has repeatedly responded to environmental issues over the decades.
Zetterstrom’s documentary portfolios include White Russia, 1973 (Library of Congress archive); Faces of China, China, 1981 (sponsored and toured by the Yale-China Association); and Man and Machine, 1973-1976. Photographs from Zetterstrom’s Portraits of Trees and Moving Point of View are represented in 40 museum collections throughout the United States. He continues to add new work to his Portraits of Trees and lectures widely on American elm and native woodland restoration and preservation.