My art, captured through a lens, is a rewarding challenge. I joined Gallery 200 and the DuPage Art League after my first show at Gallery 200 in 2015. I am honored that the works of people created through drawing, painting, forming wood or other materials into objects of art surround my photos at both galleries. In addition, my photos have been accepted into juried art shows and displayed at a variety of locations in the Chicago Metropolitan area. Photography is an art form that freezes a point in time capturing light and expression to evoke curiosity and a sense of adventure through the eyes of the beholder.
I hope to inspire the desire to travel through the visions displayed in my show titled “Oh, the Places You Can Go When the Pandemic is No More!” The title of my show was inspired by reading Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” to my children when they were young. As we shelter in place, images of nature can lift our spirits and become focal points for contemplation. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and in my case, what is framed through my lens.
Thank you, Judith Allyn Horsley
Note: There will be no opening reception due to COVID -19 restrictions. Starting July 10, the Gallery will be open Fridays from 2 – 6 pm, and Saturdays from 10 – 2. Please stop by (with your mask) during these hours to view the exhibit – social distancing required. The exhibit is posted above, or can be viewed on the Gallery 200 You Tube Channel.