Exhibit January 8-February 2, 2018
Exhibit January 8-March 2, 2018
Location Second Floor, West Hallway
This exhibit, in the library’s second floor west hallway, presents a wide variety of motivating photographic subject matter observed in nature, including the image above, “Just Like Mama.” The objective of the exhibit is for the photographer to share personal encounters with nature to enable viewers to join him in “emotional applause.”
Ted Keller’s artist statement is “to applaud the splendor of creation through evocative nature photographs and teach others how to do the same.” With his nature photographs he attempts to communicate his own “splendor” by capturing the humor, beauty, colors, emotion, detail, and spiritual impact he experiences through his camera lenses. He says, “‘Evoke’ is a special word in my photographic vocabulary. When my nature photos are exhibited, I enjoy seeing how my work touches viewers by stimulating a breath, a smile, a head shrug, a hand gesture/pointing, or other emotional reaction. The specific images selected for this exhibit are sure to do just that. My work is a collection of photographic images I make as I travel around the world observing examples of nature which simply must be applauded!”
For more than 20 years Ted was trained in photography by National Geographic masters as well as other internationally acclaimed professional photographers and instructors as a participant, co-owner, and officer of a prominent photography workshop company sponsored by Nikon, Inc. His images have been published by: the Austin American Statesman; Bee Culture magazine (cover); GAPW, Inc.; Guestlife Houston (Desert Publications, Inc.); IBM Corporation; Nature Photographer magazine; Paradise Promotions; Reiman Media Group, Inc.; RSI Consulting, Inc.; the Wildlife Trust of North America, Inc.; and World Vision International.
Ted has published an inspirational book based on his nature photos, “Fifty Feisty Photos for Daily Encouragement,” sold online and in bookstores nationwide. In 2014 Ted’s photographic work placed first nationally in the National Park Foundation’s ‘Summer Scrapbook’ competition “Action and Adventure” category. Most recently his photographs have been selected for juried exhibits: by Round Rock Arts “Imagine” 2017 Exhibit and 2017 “Fall Photography and Sculpture Exhibit” where he placed 3rd in photography; and by TAG ART 120 the “Far Country” 2017 Exhibit where he placed first in 2D Photography. Ted is a standing photo judge for the North American Nature Photography Association’s College Scholarship Program, and was selected as the Photography Judge for the Round Rock Arts 2018 “Imagine” exhibit. He recently served 2 terms as the President of the Williamson County Art Guild. His work is regularly on exhibit and for sale in the “Gallery Off The Square” inside The Framers Gallery located at 610 S. Main St. in Georgetown.
Reception Sunday, September 16 from 3-5 p.m.
The Williamson County Art Guild is an active group with members working in many mediums. The group works to stimulate interest in art in Williamson County through art exhibits, artists’ programs, and sponsorship of scholarships and workshops.
This exhibit represents the diversity of media and talent among the members of the art guild, which has promoted the arts throughout the area for more than two decades. The guild has monthly meetings featuring art-related tutorials and presentations by some the most accomplished artists in Texas and beyond. Members have opportunities to exhibit and sell their work in a variety of shows and events throughout the year. Learn more about the art guild at wcartguild.org.
Reception September 29 beginning at the Georgetown Public Library at 2 pm; then the awards reception begins at the Georgetown Art Center at 3:15.
Location Georgetown Art Center & Georgetown Public Library (first and second floors)
Now in its eleventh year, the Art Hop is a statewide arts competition that celebrates Texas artists sponsored by the Georgetown Art Center. The categories include 2D Abstract, 2D Representational, 3D, and Photography.
The Call for Art is at: georgetownartcentertx.org/cfa-2018-art-hop. Entries are due August 5.
Awards will be presented at the reception on Saturday, Sept. 29.
For more information, visit the Georgetown Art Center website.
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Exhibit March 6-31, 2017
Continue reading “Layers: Time & Texture Exhibit”
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The Georgetown Public Library has gathered some resources to help support caregivers of older adults. The Elder Care Collection is located on the second floor, inside the Reference area.
Caregivers can check out picture books designed to be read to adults with dementia or Alzheimer’s, and also books or DVDs about medical, financial, and emotional issues of concern to caregivers.
Like most library materials, the books will check out for 3 weeks, and the DVDs will check out for 2 weeks.
Download a list of the collection titles here: Elder Care Collection List
Ask any staff member for assistance with questions about the Elder Care Collection.