To have my photography exhibition in the Colonial’s historic setting will emphasize the history that pervades my architectural fine artphotography,” states Photographer Ellen Fisch.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) April 26, 2012
Photographer Ellen Fisch announces a new exhibition of her black and white architectural photographs in Bethlehem New Hampshire’s historic Colonial Theatre during the month of July, 2012. The black and white fine art photographs reflect the charm and diversity of New England architecture that is as eclectic as it is celebrated in Bethlehem, a captivating town in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
Throughout the year, Photographer Ellen Fisch photographs architecture and architectural details from which she creates black and white and sepia fine art photographs using post processing techniques. Frequently Fisch gives her viewers a visual impression of places through a series of photographs that capture the vibe and essence of an area. In this new group of black and white and sepia photographs Photographer Ellen Fisch describes the uniquely historic and architecturally diverse New England town of Bethlehem, N.H. through architectural images.
Fisch first came to Bethlehem as a summer resident in 1975 when her parents relocated to the community. Long revered for its beauty and healthy environment, Bethlehem has a history of attracting artists, writers, photographers and other renowned individuals. Ellen Fisch twice lunched there with visiting world famous Photographer Yousuf Karsh of Ottawa during which Karsh and Fisch enjoyed “talking photography and art” in the ambiance of Bethlehem.
“It is exciting to photograph such eclectic architecture in one place where the magnificent White Mountains form a perfect backdrop from every angle,” notes Fisch. “Exhibiting my black and white architecture photographs at the Colonial Theatre on Main Street will be a marvelous way to embrace a community that has been an inspirational part of my life,” says Photographer Ellen Fisch.
The Colonial Theatre is an iconic fixture in the town of Bethlehem. First opened in 1915, the theatre is one of the oldest still functioning theatres of its kind. The Colonial has evolved into a cultural hub in the area providing film and artistic events for the community and the tourists that flock to the White Mountains. “To have my photography exhibition in the Colonial’s historic setting will emphasize the history that pervades my photography,” states Photographer Ellen Fisch.
Photographer Ellen Fisch will exhibit her fine art photographs at the Colonial Theatre during the month of July, 2012. The Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation, a strong supporter of community and cultural events in the area, will jointly host a reception with the Colonial Theatre for Photographer Ellen Fisch on July 24 at 5PM after which Fisch will speak about her photography to the theatre audience.
About the Photographer: Ellen Fisch is a New York based photographer specializing in black and white architectural photography in the fine art photography genre that is artistically expressive and timeless. Fisch’s architecture photography appeals to fine art photography collectors throughout the world.
To view Ellen Fisch’s black and white fine art photographs visit http://www.ellenfisch.com
For information about the Colonial Theatre visit http://www.bethlehemcolonial.org/index.php
For information about the Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation visit http://bethlehemsynagogue.org/