Exhibition is on display October 1 to November 3, 2023.
Gallery is open to the public during regular library hours.
Contained within these “Moments in Time”, I’ve included some of my favorite images, photographed close to the heart, representing how I view my world. They’re moments that I’m able to remember vividly, bringing a variety of emotions to the surface. They’re photos inspired by nature and my day to day encounters. I’ve photographed the familiar, being content to allow the image to represent just that. At other times, it became exciting to experience what is so well-known, captured and then edited with new insight.
As memories, these images will last a lifetime. My feeling is that, as I create, whether through my pencil drawings or photographs, I become a part of that subject and completed work, sharing its energy through the creative process, and then leaving a trace of myself behind. My intent, is that the viewer is able to see the subject, as interpreted, through my eyes.
It is my hope that my photos inspire new thoughts or insights, fond memories, or poetic words. Perhaps they’ll evoke the beginnings of a story soon to be written, a work of art waiting to be created, or a warm smile as you walk away.
Thank you for sharing these moments from my life and then for inspiring others along your way…
About the Artist:
Susan Lovullo is a Westchester County-based artist, who specializes in photography and graphic arts. Most of her inspiration originates from the gardens that surround her home, day to day encounters and nature walks through county parks. With a love for gardening and spending time outdoors, she’s able to witness all that transpires throughout the year, within these special worlds.
Susan’s award-winning work has been entered in local art shows, including the White Plains Outdoor Art’s Festival, Rye’s Annual Beaux Arts Exhibitions and at Marshlands Conservancy and Edith G. Read Wildlife Sanctuary, both in Rye, NY. Susan’s pencil drawings were featured in her solo show, “Gathered Images” at the Harrison Public Library. Her photos have been featured in Westchester Magazine, The Naturalist’s Notebook (Maine), Westchester County Parks, Westchester County Tourism and Mobiography Magazine.
A graduate of SUNY New Paltz, with a BS in Art Education and graduate work in art education and two-dimensional design, Susan has been a Pre-K classroom teacher for 32 years, where she specializes in curating children’s art shows, developing and teaching art programs, and photographing the students and on-going programs, for classroom use and in-house publications. Susan has had the privilege of being an artist-in-residence and art director for various community, nonprofit organizations.
Event Location and Ticket Information
Harrison Public Library
2 Bruce Avenue
Handicap Accessible? Yes
Date: Sunday, October 22, 2023
Times: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Presenter: Harrison Public Library
Presenter Phone: 914-835-0324
Presenter Website: harrisonpl.org