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John Abromowski
There are many beautiful areas in this country that are being over developed and taken for granted.  When I first began my quest to show these undiscovered gems, I realized how easily accessible and how greatly underappreciated these places are.  By photographing these areas I hope to portray the tranquility, beauty, and solitude that one can gather.  These seemingly unimportant areas hold in them great beauty and a necessity which, at first glance, is not entirely evident.  The environment (ecosystems; human beings and animals alike) depends on these undeveloped areas to survive and flourish.  By looking at these photos, it is my hope that one would feel relaxation and begin to contemplate the beauty of the “Quiet Places”.  If I can ascertain this goal it is my belief that simply looking at these photos may one day preserve the areas that they portray. - John Abromowski
"Art is a harmony parallel with nature." Paul Cezanne 
John has been working in photography for over 30 years.  He graduated with honors from Franklin Institute in Boston, majoring in Applied Industrial Photography with a minor in Color Photography.  He has worked in a number of major photographic studios and commercial labs throughout the Boston area. 
As manager of photographic labs in Providence and Boston, followed by ownership of his own professional lab, John was able to perfect his photographic art from a different perspective.  His career development continued as the photographic world moved solidly into the digital realm, never more apparent than when John worked as the Brown University Photographer.  This provided John the ideal community for high-end photographic services and visual art. 
Although commercial and industrial photography had been John’s focus, he has always gone off into the woods seeking out places of beauty and peacefulness.  This is where he is happiest and wants to share his love of the outdoors.  Through his fine art photography, he hopes to enlighten the public with the unlikely places to find quiet solitude right in their backyards.
April 14th,  5 - 8 p.m.

Please join us at Artwalk to meet John Abromowski and to appreciate more of his beautiful black and white photography. 
Enjoy a variety of refreshments while mingling and listening to the musical talents of Heidi Hoff. 

Liberty Bay Gallery will also be showcasing art work by local students from North Kitsap High School as part of the Youth Arts Showcase. We are displaying their work in conjunction with the recent "Youth Art Month -  Building Community through Art". We celebrate their talent and are very excited to be displaying their works in all of the downtown Poulsbo galleries.
 A meet and greet will take place during our April Artwalk on Saturday, April 14th from 5-8 p.m.
Below are the Student Artists and their work that we will be displaying  at Liberty Bay Gallery. 
                Nathaneal Radetski   
           " Man with Pot by Antigone"                                 
Arianna Goering
Etta Schnyder
"Fruit Bowl"
Lauren Mathis
Mixed Media Collage Workshop 
by Pamela Wickard
April 21st, 5 - 7 p.m.
$35.00 (includes refreshments and all supplies) 
I'll discuss the collage process, how to get started and the use of different materials and techniques. We should be able to create a painting. I'll choose an image, or feel free to bring your own ideas to work from.
Sign up soon, limited seating available.  Stop by the gallery, email us at,  or call us on (360) 930-0756.


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