|Date:||Until Sunday, April 30, 2017|
|Location:||Ganaraska Art and Framing (93 Walton Street, Port Hope)|
The current series of work by Bill Horbostel is aerial infrared studies. The false colours created in digital infrared photography serve to remove the landscape images from the everyday, placing them into the surreal or even abstract. Other recent work is in black and white architectural studies. These are created with a bent toward minimalist composition and the use of long exposure to heighten the contrast between static structures and changeable weather conditions. Other projects have included the use of infrared photography in landscapes, landscape images of Northern Ontario, and studies of the shore of Lake Ontario in winter. Check SPARK website for exhibition hours of operation. Opening reception April 21st, 5 to 7 p.m.
For more information please visit www.sparkphotofestival.org/exhibit/bill-hornbostel-ganaraska-art-and-framing/.