Here are the photos I'm currently exhibiting at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library, through the auspices of the Saratoga Arts Art in Public Spaces program. The exhibition runs from January 31 through February 24, 2019.
Thanks to Emma Huneck of Saratoga Arts for making this opportunity available to me, and to the staff at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library for making me welcome, and for providing assistance while I mounted the display.
About Sean Walmsley
I have been a photographer since I was a child, growing up in England. Since retiring from a career as a university professor in the School of Education at SUNY-Albany, I have devoted more time to photography, and started entering art competitions in 2017.
I have had photos displayed in local member and juried exhibitions (Saratoga Arts, LARAC, North Country Arts, Paul Nigra Center); and in regional juried exhibitions (Golden Thread Gallery, West Hartford, CT, West Hartford Art League’s CT+6). I have an ongoing display at Saratoga Health and Wellness on Maple Ave in Saratoga (these are also on my website).
My primary interest has been nature photography, but I’m increasingly drawn to more abstract compositions even though they tend to be embedded in naturally occurring situations. I like photographing beautiful objects and scenes, but much of my current work aims to create photographs that don’t just reflect the beauty of nature but also provide some ‘mystery’ to them.
Want to visit? The Library is situated at 475 Moe Road, Clifton Park, NY 12065.