a photographic journey and study of Southeast China’s rural minorities and scenic beauty
Award winning photographer and mixed
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Jude’s Episcopal Church, Parish Hall
20920 McClellan Rd.
to Dana Eaton by November
Ms. Gadol has been showing and selling her art for over ten years. She has co-taught workshops with National Geographic photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins and with world-renowned photographer and environmentalist Robert Glenn Ketchum. A recipient of numerous awards and exhibiter in many solo and juried shows, Ms Gadol's art was the Featured Portfolio in PC Photo Magazine. View her work (including images from China) at www.jeannegadol.com
Photo by Jeanne Gadol
When award-winning artist Jeanne Gadol, traveled to Southeast rural China last year she hoped to experience minorities in their traditional daily lives amidst fertile farmland and unspoiled rugged scenery. Her expectations were more than met as is evidenced in the beautiful multi-media presentation combining photography and Chinese music that Jeanne and her husband Steve created and will show at the Novermber meeting. After viewing their collaborative production, Jeanne will highlight some of her favorite images and tell stories behind her photographs.