The photography of Springfield resident Laura Castellano will be on display in the Donald B. Palmer Museum of the Springfield Free Public Library from June 5 through June 30.
The artist has scheduled an opening reception to take place in the museum from 7:00 to 8:30 PM on June 5.
The photographs on display range from landscapes to portraits and abstracts. All of the photographs on exhibit will be available for sale, with a 20% commission going to the library.
The purchase of her first camera (a Nikon D700) six years ago, ignited Castellano’s passion for photography and since then she has taken thousands of photographs during the course of her travels.
She takes her inspiration from nature, people, and the everyday simplicities of life.
Two of Castellano’s photographs were selected for display on the large digital sign in Times Square.
She has also exhibited her work at the See/Me Gallery in Long Island City and has had a photograph chosen for exhibition in conjunction with a fundraiser for a charity in South Africa called “Emners vol liefde” (Buckets of Love).
The Springfield Free Public Library is located at 66 Mountain Avenue.
More information about the library can be found at www.springfieldpubliclibrary.com.
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