PRLog - Sep. 21, 2011 - LEWISTON, Maine -- LEWISTON, Maine – Androscoggin Bank invites the community to join the Bank in supporting this season’s fifth and final exhibit for Art Walk Lewiston Auburn. The Art Walk, which transforms the downtown areas of Lewiston and Auburn into arts districts for one evening each month, is an independent grassroots endeavor by community members, artists, and local businesses who want to celebrate the extraordinary talent of visual artists in Lewiston, Auburn and around Maine. With attendance of the first four exhibits hosted by Androscoggin Bank numbering into the hundreds, the Bank is looking forward to sharing more new artwork with members of the local community.
Flesh of the Gods by Kimberly Post Rowe
The fifth exhibit, “Mobile Natura: Botanical iPhoneography,”
The show will feature point-and-shoot photography all captured, processed, enhanced and printed through an iPhone. While cameras incorporated into the iPhone and other mobile devices may be limited in quality and technical options, they bring photographers back to the point-and-shoot spirit of Polaroid and Lomography. “iPhoneography”
“Mobile Natura: Botanical iPhoneography”
“iPhoneography is an exciting new art form that Androscoggin Bank is pleased to display,” said Ray Michaud, art curator for Androscoggin Bank. “Kimberly's work explores the possibilities of this emerging medium with mastery and facility and shows that there is more to natural photography than an expensive lens.”
For more information, including details about the featured artist and work, please visit http://artwalk.bankoncommunity.org/
About Androscoggin Bank
Founded in 1870, Androscoggin Bank provides financial services to individuals, businesses, governments, non-profits and municipalities. With a commitment to innovation and relationships, Androscoggin Bank believes everything we do for customers, community and colleagues should be time well spent. Androscoggin Bank currently serves communities throughout Maine with branch locations in Lewiston, Auburn, Brunswick, Gray, Jay, Lisbon Falls, Livermore Falls, South Paris, Turner and Portland.
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