May 6, 2010
Reception and Lecture
Reception starts at 5:30pm; free Lecture begins at 7:00pm.
Finding Your Own Lens
An evening talk focused on exploring how to find a distinctive vision of photography, particularly in the digital age. No matter what kind of camera is used, digital or traditional film, finding one's own interest and personal style is what makes photography an exciting and rewarding form of art. This is an interactive lecture - questions and comments most welcome!
Peggy Brewster is an independent photographer who believes in seeing life through a different lens.
Peggy has worked in various photographic careers over the past 35 years, including all aspects in professional
photographic labs and ophthalmic medical photography. She now does artistic photography on her travels
and expert restoration of damaged and old photographs, specializing in antique photos.
All photos are archival Giclee prints printed by the artist. She is a member of the Art Group in
Wakefield and the Mt Washington Valley Art Assoc. in No. Conway, NH. Peggy, along with her husband and two cats,
currently lives in New Hampshire, where she creates her photographic magic at her home business called Thistle de Luna,
a name representing the transformational nature of her work and art. Contact: 603-473-8795, email email@example.com
web site: http://www.thistledeluna.com