PHOTOGRAPHING THE JOYS IN LIFE
This is a fundraiser for Hope For Wildlife in memory of
Danielle Godbout lived on the Kingston Peninsula, worked at Dunhams Run and was well know for her kindness, compassion and her fun loving spirit. Her charity of choice was Hope for Wildlife.
The day will include instruction on how to best capture the joys in life –– the people and animals we love, the sunrise and sunset, the shoreline and forests and the garden. Come and enjoy the day, receive in-depth photography instruction and revel in the joys of life. We will explore light, composition, balance, angle of view, colour balance and more.
The cost of the workshop is $125 which includes a $50 charitable donation receipt.
Please bring a bag lunch, your camera, tripod if you have one and weather gear.
March of 2019
CAMERAS FOR HEALING
“IMAGES OF DIGNITY”
A photography-based healing project to benefit the women of the Moncton YWCA by:
In partnership with:
Abstract at Youthquake
Youthquake Camp in Fredericton
The City of Fredericton has awarded a grant to host a week-long photography camp for Fredericton youths (ages 12-18) with or without physical disabilities. This camp is LGBTQI+ friendly. Youths of all shapes, sizes, and personalities are welcome.
Evelyn will join the staff on August 1 2018 to coach you on abstract photography. It will be a fun week for all!
Exhibition in New Brunswick will feature new work from
lumière et mouvement – petite image
Evelyn will join Sue and Kathy Hooper, Fred Harrison, Philip Savage and Sophia Bella for the opening of
Hooper Studio Gallery
Macro Workshop at the Studio
Join Evelyn at Hooper’s Studio in Hampton, N.B. on May the 26, 2018 for a Macro Photography Workshop. This workshop is limited to 7 participants. Macro capabilities required, either with a macro lens or a point and shoot with a macro setting. You will need a tripod if you have an SLR camera. Cost of the workshop is $125. Please bring a bag lunch.
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THE SECRET LANGUAGE OF ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY
Turn ordinary into extraordinary and gain the skills and confidence to create captivating abstract images!
WITH INSPIRATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL AV PRESENTATIONS BY MAURICE HENRI, KAREN CASEY AND SPECIAL GUEST EVELYN SYMONS
THE PURPOSE OF THIS SEMINAR & OUTING IS TO:
To inspire you to create better abstract images and teach you how to create beautiful compositions. – To help you connect to your inner artist. – To help you express yourself freely by playing with shapes, lines and colours
We will discuss the techniques behind the photographs and share the secrets behind my images.
Topics included: Finding Inspiration, Using Your Imagination, Techniques for Creating Abstract Images.
Learn how to break all the rules with your camera and create your own abstract art. Move your camera during exposures, play with light sources and blend colours. This hands-on seminar is suitable for all levels… all you need is your camera, enthusiasm and imagination for an enjoyable day of creativity.
Prepare to start seeing differently and more creatively!
Booking is crucial, as space is strictly limited. Your spot is reserved on a first come first serve basis.
Please reserve at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday March 24, 2018 starting at 1pm through sunset.
Moncton Press Club, 160 Assomption Blvd, Moncton, NB
No-Charge for ArtQuest Photographers Social members – $50.00 for Non-Members
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
London, Ontario, June 13, 2017
You may not have heard of a fur-bearing trout, but it’s coming to London, Ontario in time for Canada Day.
The story of the fur-bearing trout and how it hoaxed people in Scotland is just one of many personal, non-fiction pieces collected in The Fur-Bearing Trout … and Other True Tales of Canadian Life. The book is a timely celebration of Canada during our sesquicentennial year with contributions from 16 authors, current and former members of the London & Southwestern Ontario chapter of the Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC).
But these stories are not just about our corner of Southwestern Ontario. These true tales of Canadian life cover the breadth of the nation and will resonate with readers from coast to coast. Within this book, you will encounter a famous dead elephant, a national hero, possibly Canada’s worst ever hockey team, train travellers, an angry bear, beautiful sunsets and northern lights. All of them offer a slice of truth about what this country is about – even one about a fur-bearing trout.
The book’s launch is on June 25, 2017, from 3-5 p.m. at Anderson Craft Ales (1030 Elias St., London, Ontario). Members of the public who want to celebrate with the local authors are welcome. The Fur-Bearing Trout … and Other True Tales of Canadian Life will be there, hot off the press, for $15 a copy.
Copies of the book will also be available at Attic Books, Chapters/Indigo and other bookstores and venues. Readings will be scheduled from now through December.
PWAC London gratefully acknowledges the London Arts Council for their generous grant towards printing costs for this book.
Spring 2017 Art Installation
Evelyn has been chosen as one of the 13 London artists to have their art purchased by The London Arts Council who administer the Public Art Policy on behalf of the City of London. As part of this policy, they coordinate the Community Public Art Program. Community Public Art Projects are collaborative initiatives involving London-based professional artists.
The 2016-2017 Community Public Art Project: Traffic Signal Wraps is a partnership program between the Public Art Program and the City of London Transportation Division. They have purchased art from 13 artists and will be printing the artwork on vinyl wraps, to be attached to 20-30 traffic signal light boxes located all around the city of London.
Dates for installation are to be announced.
Past Presentations and Exibitions
Brant Camera Club Brantford Ontario
Port Franks Camera Club
Dinner Club Wolseley Barracks
Family of Military Resource Centre
London Camera Club
St Thomas Photographic Guild
Number One London Place Exhibition