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CURRENT GALLERIES & EVENTS

SHOW: "Nature's Innocence," Infrared images on exhibit at the Corner Kitchen, Biltmore Village, NC. Ongoing.


GROUP SHOW: “Images of the Southern Appalachians” by Carolinas Nature Photographers Assn. (CNPA) Members at the Cradle of Forestry's Discovery Center, 11250 Pisgah Hwy, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768-9988. June 9th thru July, 2017.


INSTRUCTION: Club and small group instruction in "Classical," Infrared, Abstract Intentional Camera Movement and Abstract Close-up Nature Photography Techniques, as well as Composition and Basic Photography Software skills. Click here for details.

UPCOMING!


SHOW: "Contemplative Photography in an Age of Distraction"Susanna will curate this show to include Infrared and Black & White prints complemented by unique three dimensional work including glass, fabric, and pottery — Asheville Area Arts Council, Spring 2018.


SHOW: "Nature in Abstract—Trees, Trees, Trees" — NC Arboretum, Autumn 2018

RECENT EVENTS

"Adventures in Abstract Photography: An Artistry Techniques Workshop," June 2-3, 2017.


"Intriguing Infrared" images by Susanna Euston at the Green Sage Cafe, Downtown, January 7th through April 1st. A display of matted & framed and canvas images.

Asheville Area Arts Council "Nature in Abstract," at the Asheville Area Arts Council, January 13th through February 18th. Opening Reception on Friday, February 3rd, 5-7 p.m. A display of canvas images.

Opening Reception of Beyond the Visible: Infrared Photography of Nature, Friday, July 8th, 5:00-7:00 PM at Green Sage Cafe, South, 1800 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville, NC. This show explores the landscape using infrared photography.

Mary Frank Salon, Ongoing Show, 61 North Merrimon (Reynolds Village), Suite 103, Asheville, NC 28804. Lovely walls and lighting make this venue very special...along with great stylists!

Asheville Eye Associates' beautiful display space, in their Asheville, NC facility is hosting Susanna's Fine Art Canvas Prints from June through June 2016 at 8 Medical Park Drive, Asheville, NC 28803. All prints are for sale.August 2015 — Grateful Steps Bookstore, 159 South Lexington Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801, is featuring a selection of Susanna's macro color and black & white images through the end of August 2015.

May 10, 2015 to July 1, 2015Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church, Adelphi, MD 20783-1097

"Nature in Abstract — Celebrating a Vision!" ...through close-up, macro and abstract fine art photographs by Susanna Euston with Joanne Senkus & Bonnie Allen.

October 15, 2014 to January 15, 2015 — Green Sage Cafe, 70 Westgate Plaza, West Asheville, NC

"Exploring the Depth & Magic of Nature" show through close-up, macro, and abstract fine art photographs by Susanna Euston, Joanne Senkus and Bonnie Allen

Each day we move throughout our world -- from house to car to office to grocery store and home akgain -- and rarely see or feel the extraordinary beauty that surrounds us. Really see it, spend time with it, engage it up close and personal.

Three extraordinary photographers -- Susanna Euston, Bonnie Allen, and Joanne Senkus -- bring the beauty of nature to life through their macro, close-up and abstract images, on exhibit from October 15, 2014 through the New Year at the Green Sage Cafe in West Asheville (next to Earth Fare).

The images reveal the unexpected. They are designed to add another dimension to the visual experience: They reach the feeling part of us, the part that moves beyond seeing a "thing" and begins to see unusual detail, color, movement. They are peaceful, energetic, and occasionally moody. But they all prove to awaken a new understanding and appreciation of nature in the viewer.

A love of nature inspires all three photographers. Susanna's interpretations embrace abstract and macro techniques. Joy and, sometimes, mystery radiate from her images. Bonnie’s vision captures the inner light emanating from her subjects, evoking a celebration of the inherent magic in nature. Joanne's macro images of flowers, and the insects that make their home in them, is her passion. Her images reveal the beauty of these tiny creatures and the habitat they frequent.