Published on: Thursday, November 7, 2019 Arts & Humanities

Nature Revisited Opening Reception on Nov. 14


Nov. 14 at 7 pm

Takoma Park Community Center

7500 Maple Avenue

In the Nature Revisited exhibition, three photographers and a mixed-media artist offer fresh and surprising interpretations of landscapes from across the world, casting nature through a different light.

Please join us for a free opening reception at 7 pm on Nov. 14 at the Takoma Park Community Center where you can see their work and meet the artists, including Rachel Ann Cross, Michael Duncan, Stewart Sarkozy-Banoczy, and Peter Stern.

In her Sacred Treks series, Cross has painted elements from her epic hikes, including more than 500 miles along the centuries-old Camino de Santiago in France and Spain. A retired optical scientist, Michael Duncan has developed astrophotography with long-exposure night photos that bring constellations and galaxies to life.

Sarkozy-Banoczy documents communities and habitats across the world that are severely affected by climate change, including dwindling fishing villages in Newfoundland. As a small plane pilot, Stern takes low-altitude landscape photos that resemble abstract paintings, including images of environmental devastation in Pennsylvania mine country.

Image: Fading by Stewart Sarkozy-Banoczy