“The Impact of Cellphones on the Visual Arts” by Russell Steven Powell
Feb 25, 2018 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Category: Gallery Conversation
Russell Steven Powell will discuss Impact of cellphone cameras on the visual arts.
Russell Steven Powell’s abstract realist paintings have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, and Virginia, and are in a number of private collections.
He has produced and directed many video programs, including the award-winning documentary Shack Time, about the artist shacks in the dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore, and more than 20 educational programs for the New England Apple Association.
He has been photographing and writing about New England apples and orchards for more than 20 years.
Powell has authored five books, and was publisher of the arts and culture magazine New England Watershed, named Best New Publication of 2006 by Utne Reader. He is a founding member of the association Brook Hollow Arts, and a board member of Laurel Park Arts and the Outer Cape Artist Residency Consortium.
He lives in Hatfield with his wife, photographer Bar Lois Weeks.
Russell Steven Powell's tak he delivered at The Robert Floyd Photo Gallery is right here. Enjoy!!!