Northern Michigan Events: Experience "An Interpretation of Light" on Saturday, June 30th from 2:00-5:00 p.m. at the Kingsley Public Library with Northern Michigan photographer, Mark Lindsay.
Mark Lindsay's "An Interpretation of Light" exhibit represents his past three years of photography. An impressive 25,000 images captured last year alone, Lindsay's choices for this exhibit were broad. From his collection he has selected 30-34 photographs that span across Northern Michigan. Not only is this Lindsay's first show in three years, it is the first professional photography exhibit at the newly built Kingsley Public Library.
The exhibit name, "An Interpretation of Light," is representative of Lindsay's artistic vision. "There are endless unique ways to capture light in ice and water," says Lindsay, "and that's what photography is for me, an interpretation of light." Texture "whether it be water or the Dunes, the similarity between the sky and clouds and the subject" also plays a large role in Lindsay's photographic inspiration.
"An Interpretation of Light" will feature Lindsay's photographs of the recent Brown Bridge Pond drawdown, a 10 week shoot covered in the May 2012 issue of Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine. One of the photos is Lindsay's last official photograph of what he calls "such a beautiful place" that harbored personal meaning for him. Also appearing in the exhibit are photographs of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (two of which received full pages in the July 2012 issue of Traverse Magazine).
Lindsay's "An Interpretation of Light" will be exhibited at the Kingsley Public Library for a couple of weeks after its June 30th unveiling. To see more of Mark Lindsay's photographs, visit his Facebook page: Mark Lindsay Photography.