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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

SeaWorthy Gallery

Create beautiful photographs of beach landscapes! Learn how to make your beach photographs come alive with brilliant color, richness and clarity! The SeaWorthy Gallery in Hatteras hosts this two-part workshop.

The workshop will be led by Laura Ducceschi, a long-time friend of the Outer Banks, and award winning nature photographer. Laura’s images are in private and corporate collections and on display in galleries, shops, and restaurants in the Mid-Atlantic region. She has held many one-woman shows and is published in books, newspapers and calendars. Laura is on the faculty of the Wayne Art Center in the Philadelphia are. And, many of Laura’s works celebrating Hatteras are for sale now in the SeaWorthy Gallery.

The first part of the workshop, on Thursday evening August 5th, at the gallery from 7:00 to 8:30 pm, is a presentation, demonstration and discussion about the basics of composition, camera functioning, and resources for learning to edit your photographs. The second part of the workshop, a field session with direct instruction on the beach, is on Friday August 6th from 6:00 to 8:00am, an excellent time of day to capture dramatic beach photographs. Cost of the workshop (including both sessions) is $25.

Register by calling Janet at SeaWorthy Gallery 252.986.6510 or by email, Janet@seaworhtygallery.com

If you cannot make it to the photography workshop, I definitely recommend you stop by the SeaWorthy Gallery to check out some of the amazing artwork. The gallery features a very diverse selection of artwork and crafts. Their selection of pottery ranges from whimsical fish scenes to elegant glazes. The photography and paintings are exceptionally beautiful and the handcrafted jewelry is truly one of a kind. The stainless steel fish sculptures were some of my favorite pieces and are sure to catch the eye of the fishermen in the family. It is easy to spend hours walking through the gallery trying to see every piece of art they have to offer, but even if you can only spend a few minutes it is well worth the visit. They are open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 6pm. Be sure to stop in while you’re in the area!

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