OSSINING, N.Y. Westchester County photographers will be on-hand Sunday at the Ossining Public Library presenting their latest works.
Each piece in the show, known as Quintessentielle Variations, represents work from four members of the Westchester Photographic Society , who say the organization is the oldest and largest camera club in Westchester County. The photographers will present their works from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the librarys gallery. While each artist features a different style of photography, Richard Mangiaracina, a member of the Friends of the Ossining Library, said Friday he couldnt help but stop at a few pieces.
Theyre really striking, Mangiaracina said. You really cant walk by them without pausing because theyre so striking.
Mangiaracina said he was particularly struck by the work of Rocklands Jane Castorina Gordon.
Gordon said thats the point of her photography, which she says are images to engage the eye.
Ive always been into extremely bold colors and styles, Gordon said, noting that each of her pieces start as real photos that she artistically manipulates on her computer. You have to have an open mind when you look at it. Thats the idea behind all of the works in the show. I really love doing this kind of work because the creativity is endless.
Those looking to purchase the pictures or contact the artists are asked to contact the Westchester Photographic Society or visit the Ossining Public Librarys exhibit running throughout March.
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