This thirty day period, Batavia Public Library hosts an art exhibit by regional photographer John Stark, a longtime Sugar Grove resident.
Stark started his lifelong interest in photography as a youngster when his cousin gave him his aged Zeiss Ikon film digital camera. He started off a slow transition from film to digital in 2004.
Though he is effectively self-taught, Stark has taken a several images programs. He pictures often with two friends or on his very own nearly each day. His favorite picture topics are landscapes, wildlife, folks, and street images. He has photographed extensively in Kane County, about the country, and further than.
The show capabilities images that exhibit Stark’s curiosity in black and white pictures.
The images portray people today, places, and items that Stark located fascinating and that centre on the interaction of light and line and adverse room to isolate aspects inside the frame.
The exhibit runs by way of May well 31 and might be viewed on the library’s Artwork Wall during normal library hrs.
The Batavia Public Library is at 10 S. Batavia Ave. Several hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free of charge.
Stark is a member of the Aurora Artwork League, the photography team, The Monochromists, and the American Association of Teachers of German. Framed prints are offered for buy.
Proceeds from the sale of the pictures will be donated to the Scholar Scholarship Endowment of the American Association of Academics of German.
Prices are offered at [email protected] Be sure to include things like the photo’s title in your inquiry. Most pictures are obtainable framed or as prints.