"Jewels of the Garden" by Tulla Booth
July 19 to August 14, 2007
Saturday, July 21 from 5 to 8 pm
Tulla Booth is passionate about the beauty of the East End, especially the hamlet of Water Mill where many of these images have been taken over her residency of 20 years. Working in vivid color or classic black and white, Ms. Booth presents a varied and welcoming panorama of familiar flowers from her personal garden, in addition to landscapes and architecture in formats from miniature to large scale prints.
Tulla Booth has created images that deliver sensual impact with dramatic luminosity that transcends photography. The brilliant intensity of Ms. Booth's flower studies can be said to be a by product of her Tulla Booth Jewelry Design Studio, as one can certainly see a jewel-like luminosity in the glowing petal of sunflowers, poppies, roses and other blossoms. In her landscapes views, she subdues the color and heightens the atmosphere.
The exhibit is be curated by Pamela Williams of the Pamela Williams Gallery, Amagansett.
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