Artist of the Month
Ron Wybranowski: Nature Photography
Trees are living, breathing entities very much like people: born from seeds, growing through infant and teen years into large, mature beings. They have personalities of their own with distinctive shapes, sizes, spring-colored buds and unique shaped leaves which change color in the fall. They drop when the snows come, only to start the same cycle over again in several short months when the ground thaws. Trees and forests are some of the touchstones of our lives, as we return to them year after year to see how they've changed and grown and perhaps to think about how we've also changed and grown. These images in The Beauty of Trees exhibit capture the unique beauty of different trees, in different parts of the country, in different times of the year. Full of gold aspen leaves in Colorado, red and orange maples in New England, in black and white in the high desert country, in snow storms in our own Harold Parker State Park, some sharp, some diffused, they bring us joy and pleasure and ease our mind.
Ron Wybranowski is a member of the Massachusetts Camera Naturalists, a by-invitation-only organization dedicated to the appreciation of nature and the natural environment. He is a juried member of the New Hampshire Art Association and a long-standing member of the Merrimack Valley Camera Club (MVCC) in North Andover. He resides in North Andover. For more information and to view his photographs, visit his website www.ronwybranowski.com.
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