Nature Photography Exhibit of the de Fasselles "Shared Vision" Displayed at Enjoy the Arts in Cincinnati

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The photography of Craig, Sara and Scott de Fasselle will be on exhibit at Enjoy the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio, from Nov. 25, 2005, through Jan. 23, 2006. The artists' reception will be held on Friday, Nov. 25, as part of the Final Friday Gallery Walk, from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. The exhibit will feature nature and wildlife photographic prints and photomontages providing uncommon views of nature.

A stormy morning image suggests a rainbow volcano. Another sunrise image shows a cloudy sky ablaze in red. But also within your view, a wooden trunk grows upward becoming a stone column bathed in late afternoon sunlight and wrapped in vines from which a tulip emerges. Whether the beautiful contrast and vivid colors of nature, black and white photography, or the altered reality of a photomontage, Enjoy the Arts "Shared Vision" photography exhibit will display landscapes rarely seen.

The photography of Craig, Sara and Scott de Fasselle will be on exhibit at Enjoy the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio, from Nov. 25, 2005, through Jan. 23, 2006. The artists' reception will be held on Friday, November 25, as part of the Final Friday Gallery Walk, from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. The exhibit will feature nature and wildlife photographic prints and photomontages providing uncommon views of nature.

While all three photographers find inspiration in nature, their creative visions offer different perspectives and presentations of the natural world.

Craig, the father, seeks to capture both the beauty and majesty of his life-time love of nature through film and digital images. His images preserve the special visual moments that moved him emotionally.

Sara, the mother, started as the researcher and trip planner of the family's photographic expeditions. No longer content to enjoy the scenery while Craig and Scott took the photos, she began to pursue her own photographic efforts. Her images reflect a love of vibrant colors, majestic landscapes, and details and textures.

In contrast, Scott, the son, works in both film and digital photography before blending multiple photographs digitally. His images range from scenic black and white photos to photomontages that present the environment in new and inspiring ways.

Dead Tree Photography (http://www.deadtreephotography.com) is the photographic endeavor of the entire family. Focused on nature and wildlife photography, Dead Tree Photography showcases color, black and white, and photomontage fine art prints. Free e-cards and desktop wallpaper featuring their images are also offered. Sharing similar inspiration and vision for photography, Craig, Sara and Scott possess unique and complimentary photographic styles. Beyond the signs marked "scenic overlook," Dead Tree Photography begins.

Enjoy the Arts is located at 1338 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Enjoy the Arts is a membership organization with the mission of connecting audiences to the arts. CincinnatiArts.com is a service of Enjoy the Arts: a way of reaching out to the larger community of the greater Cincinnati region. Enjoy the Arts is also the arts partner of the Greater Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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