Lauren Ferguson: Artistic endeavors ranging from sketches to digital manipulations, three dimensional presentations, real life to fantasy and back again. Advertisements
Ray Dwyer Photography: I am a New Jersey based freelance photographer. I believe New Jersey and our neighboring states offer breathtaking landscapes those of us who live here sometimes take for granted. My mission is to capture the beauty of the landscapes of our region in photographs.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/raydwyerphotography/
Company or Artist Name: alexbakerphotoz: Alex Baker is a fine art landscape, architecture, travel and documentary photographer. He is a member of the Professional Photographers of America and The Piermont Flywheel Gallery in Piermont, NY. He has rotating work on permanent exhibit at the Flywheel Gallery and is currently in the 7 in 17 show there. He has also exhibited recently at the Riverside Gallery in Hackensack, NY, The Black Box Gallery in Portland, OR and the Castell Gallery in Asheville, NC.
Website or Online Store: alexbakerphotoz.com
Artwork Facebook Page: alexbakerphotoz
Torva Terra Photography: Kate is an award winning travel and nature photographer, educator and author. She was classically trained on black and white photography in the dark room while she earned her BFA in Fine Art and Design. With this strong foundation, Kate bought her first color digital camera and immersed herself in the craft. She has since been recognized by National Geographic Travel, National Wildlife Federation, and Photo District News for her exceptional landscape and wildlife photography. When she is not working on assignment, Kate teaches photography workshops to share her love and knowledge of wild life and wild places.
“I hope that you enjoy viewing my work. Art to me is more than self expression; it is capturing a moment or a dream and sharing it with others. Art can be so much but it always carries a message. The story behind my own artwork is the conservation of natural beauty, preserving our endangered wilderness.
I truly enjoy photographing wildlife. It brings to me a thrill of excitement and a satisfaction of capturing beauty in motion. There is nothing like looking into the eyes of a wild creature as it gazes back at you, or seeing a hawk in first flight and sharing that emotion and experience with you. ”
Website or Online Store: www.TorvaTerra.com
Artwork Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/TorvaTerraPhotography
Ken Cook Photography: I am mainly sports photographer dealing with high school, college and professional sports within the Tri-State Area. I also photograph a great deal of music, portraits and weddings in addition to my wide variety of sports.
Gina Petrecca Photography: My name is Gina Petrecca. I loved photography when I was growing up. I became fascinated with preserving memories. I have tons of photo albums of my family, friends, and pets. I always make sure I take photos at certain events and especially parties. There are other moments I just love when they are not at special events and it’s a normal day. As I grew up I knew I wanted to do it for a living.
I love taking pictures of still life, landscapes, nature, and animals. Anything in those categories I just love. I pretty much get inspired by colors, shapes, or anything different. My inspiration changes depending on the situations I find myself in. Sometimes an idea just pops in my head and I just do it. I feel every artist is unique and their tastes are different. I can’t fit myself in a category. I just do what I want and enjoy the uniqueness that each moment presents.
I like doing art exhibits with other artists so I can meet new people. If the opportunity came along where I could do a solo show then I would. I like family-friendly places or trendy places. I like nightlife scenes so I want to be where people are. I want everyone to see what I can do and for my photography to be part of the environment, on the walls and enjoyed by people.
One goal of mine is to have my own photography shop and sell my prints. I also don’t mind having a regular job too. As long as I can still do my photography I’ll be ok no matter what I end up doing.