EGGstravaganza Opens to a Large Turnout
The show was great - loved your mom's eggs and all your pics - love the whimsy. You guys are so talented. It's an honor to see the world through your eyes.
Saturday was the opening reception for our new show, EGGstravaganza. Photographers Mark and Cathy Pemberton have been working for the past year to put together this unique show. Their photographs of eggs were just exquisite examples of abstract figure study and balance between light and shadow. The use of the term light is appropriate especially since several of the eggs were shown to be levitating. A repeated comment by many of our guests was “how did you ever come up with so many unique ways to photograph eggs.”
|© Mark and Cathy Pemberton|
|Photo by Mark Pemberton|
|Photo by Gladys Warr|
Our April show is one of the most unique ever. Local photographers, Mark and Cathy Pemberton have spent the last year studying and photographing eggs. According to Mark “Eggs hold a mystical place in the psyche of most cultures and we wanted to explore this simple but interesting subject. Many cultures have origin stories that involve the egg. Our photographs are a study of shape, form, shadow, light and texture. We have also included a series of “whimsical” photos, just for fun.”
“What makes this show even more exciting is that we will also be exhibiting, for the first time anywhere, the egg art of Shirley Pemberton. We have twenty of her pieces displayed in two glass cases. For 20 years my mother created the most exquisite art works from real eggs. Using everything from a robin’s egg to an ostrich egg she fabricated works of art to rival the famous Faberge eggs of 19th century Russia. Today she is 83 years old and no longer able to continue her creative endeavors. This show is a tribute to her years of work.”
The show runs from April 3rd to April 27th. A public opening reception will be held on April 6th from 2 to 5 pm.
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