PRLog - Jan. 25, 2014 - PHOENIX -- This vibrant exhibition explores the beauty and movement of water at night in iconic sites around the world. Speyerer studied night photography under Lance Keimig at the New England School of Photography and applies his background in engineering to enhance the technical aspects of crafting his photographs. Speyerer uses long exposure photography so that each image expresses the location over a period of time instead of a static moment. Speyerer traverses the globe to photograph stunning water-filled landscapes in ways relatively unseen by many. The use of long exposure photography with an extremely sensitive digital camera transforms these bodies of water into a reflective surface. Simultaneously, the limited light of the night sky enables the artist to capture the incredible colors and motion of the scenes.
Splash of Night
With each image the artist intends to push the envelope of his tools and experiment with long exposure photography while capturing the unseen world at night. Prepare to be transported around the world by the dazzling photography in “Splash of Night”. On display in the Bokeh Gallery at the monOrchid from February 1-28, 2014, with public receptions on First Friday, February 7th and Third Friday, February 21st from 6-10pm, or by appointment.
The monOrchid is located in the heart of the downtown Phoenix arts district at 214 E. Roosevelt St. with the building open daily. Originally a Del Webb warehouse constructed in 1937, thirteen years of renovation and invention have morphed the 14,000 square foot building into a unique space for creativity, celebration, and culture. For more information about the exhibition or events please visit www.monorchid.com or contact the director, Justin Germain, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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