Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is extremely pleased to announce that Gwynneth Green has been named as the Gallery’s new featured artist and she will now be promoted by the gallery for the next 14 days in the gallery’s Artist Showcase.
Gwynneth is an award-winning artist based in New Jersey, USA. Gwynneth was selected as 1 of the top twelve finalists in the gallery’s 25th Solo Art Exhibition Series. The placement in this competition qualified her art to be showcased in this feature.
Gwynneth’s Artist Showcase feature will be promoted to hundreds of major news outlets, with inclusion on Google News & Bing News. In addition, the gallery will also be featuring and promoting her artwork in the gallery’s various social media networks for further exposure.
Below are Gwynneth’s Artist Biography, Artist Statement and 5 artworks that were submitted to this competition.
Gwynneth Green is an artist who uses the camera and the written word. A published poet with fifteen poetic publications and has been featured in exhibitions in the mid-Atlantic region as well as virtual ones. She has participated in ekphrastic collaborations with visual artists. Approaching the synergic nature of the word and the image fascinated her, her piqued interest encouraging her to wed her poems with her photographs. Her careful use of color and focus mimics imaginative prose as it guides viewers through the scene.
Initially, when I take photos there is no particular intention. It is upon review on the computer, when the creativity begins. I disassemble and restructure the image using a variety of techniques. At times using more than one photo, working to create a captivating mood. During the process is when the poetry ignites. Inspired by the underlying feeling of the photo, an expression is formed as a haiku, 6-word poem or short poetic flow. These words are subtly melded into the photo allowing the viewer a moment of discovery when the narrative reveals itself, in the photo/musings.
Gwynneth’s art can be found on her website.
Click the Thumbnail to See the Artwork in a Lightbox