For the month of September, the Piermont Library presents our first Virtual Artist of the Month, Michael Garber with his online exhibition Photo Montage: Four Dimensions of Nature.
Michael Garber, a landscape, nature, and portrait photographer, is intrigued by the subjectivity of light and is drawn to objects as they are transformed in changing light. He employs light as a design element in shaping and capturing his images. Dramatic scenes attract his attention especially where color and texture add depth and intensity. He has a special affinity for clouds with their visual power. He has traveled extensively to photograph diverse landscapes in their unique light.
His show is divided up into the following themes
These dramatic scenes, often hidden, are exposed by mother nature when she fleetingly illuminates her beauty evoking memorable impressions.
Whether bathing, feasting on nectar and berries, singing or flying, birds attract us with their beauty, behavior and songs.
Flowers and Insects
We are drawn to flowers by their exquisite beauty, while their bright colors, leaves, pollen and nectar draw pollinators and beneficial insects into our gardens attracting bees, butterflies, birds and other wildlife.
His work can be seen on our website here: https://www.piermontlibrary.org/artist-of-the-month/