September 22, 2020, 5-7pm
PRC Nights Online featuring Howie Motenko
Mastering the art of nighttime photography
is no small feat. Join us on September 22nd
for an evening exploring this captivating topic
featuring the work of Howie Motenko.
As an Artist in Residence in Acadia National
Park, Motenko spent two years creating images
that fuse his creative sensibilities with his
observations of the natural world. His black
and white photographs reflect his interpretation
of how our eyes perceive the primeval, nighttime landscape. The long exposure images in Motenko’s Acadia Moon Dance and his Painting Islands
series reveal expand time and allow for the moon’s illumination to reveal a mystical scene in an
otherwise dark landscape.
Presenting work alongside Howie Motenko is PRC Members Tony Attardo, a Southern New Hampshire based photographer who is is passionate about using his camera to illustrate the essence of the day to day found in small urban spaces, and as a means to bring cultures and lives together.