Local photographer, Don Logie, shows us a glimpse of night time images – of performers here at The Buttonwood Tree, and of scenes from around the world. Come join us at his Reception!
Don Logie likes to travel. he likes to attend jazz concerts. He likes to photograph. This exhibit combines these interests. The photos on display were taken at The Buttonwood Tree, Maine, and Italy.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
The Internal Landscapes are the jazz performances at The Buttonwood Tree, the creations of the performing musicians. Is not jazz the language of the night? Don tries to show the energy of the musicians and communications between and among them.
THESE LANDSCAPES EXIST Just FOR ONE PERFORMANCE, TO BE PRESERVED ONLY IN THE MOMENTS RECORDED BY THE CAMERA.
The External Landscapes are the views of the Great Outdoors that Don has recorded. He became interested in night photography after seeing a beautiful photo of the Aurora Borealis and taking a course at Maine Media Workshops from the photographer, Jim Nickelson, formerly of Connecticut. Night photography is full of surprises. He never knows what he will get. THE COLORS, LIGHT, SHADOWS AND FORMS ARE THEIR OWN MUSIC.
Enjoy, and sing along.