I am happy to announce that “Hooper’s Island I” framed black and white, infrared photograph is now available for bidding on the Howard County Arts Auction website. Place your bid here: Online Bidding
Online bidding ends March 13th. Online bids will be transferred to the Celebration of Arts event on March 19th for continued bidding. If you want to continue bidding and can’t make it to the event, please send an email to Exhibits and ask for a proxy for the event.
Howard County Arts Council Silent Art Auction
Join us for this exciting event celebrating the arts in Howard County, Maryland!
The evening begins with a reception from 6 – 8 PM, featuring entertainment, culinary treats from local restaurants and caterers, and, of course, the Silent Auction. Proceeds go towards the Howard County Arts Council programs.
In the Northern Hemisphere, the Winter Solstice is the darkest day of the year preceding the gradual return of sunlight. These photographs represent to me the Winter Solstice based on their shadows and light found in serene, natural places around the world. To see more of my photographs please visit www.JacquelineLaRocca.com
In 2011, I visited the West coast of Ireland for the first time. I was awestruck by the enchanting scenery of ancient stone walls, Norman castles, and miles of unspoiled landscapes. Below are canvas wrap photos of some of my favorite places.
To purchase these Canvas Wrap prints please visit my site on Etsy:
“Reconciliation” is a photograph of the Richmond Slavery Reconciliation sculpture which is located in the historic Shockoe Bottom neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia. From the 1700’s to 1865, this area served as the second largest slave trading center in the country. Artist Stephen Broadbent created this bronze sculpture which portrays two people melded in an embrace. The sculpture stands nearby Richmond’s former slave market in Shockoe Bottom.
A framed photograph of “Reconciliation” is available for purchase here: