CreativitY, with a capital WHY?

Glass artist working on a piece of glass

on display September 5- November 24. 2019

An exhibit of creative people at work captured in action by professional  photographer Larry Marc Levine.  Mr. Levine is interested in watching people create different forms of art and finds it as fascinating as the creative process itself. For this exhibit, he interviewed and photographed a variety of talented individuals from different backgrounds with experience in different areas including a glass blower, a Native American pow wow dancer, painters, fabric artists, a Chinese zither player, a violin maker, and many others. Most of these creative spirits are from the local Montgomery County area. Levine believes that respect for the individual and appreciation for diversity of people, of ideas, of processes are all important aspects of his photography.  A reception on Sunday, September 15 will feature demonstrations by many of the artists whose portraits will be on exhibit.

 

Courtesy: Maryland Humanities