LOCATIONFlinn Gallery, Greenwich Library
101 West Putnam Avenue,
Greenwich, 06830, CT,
Featured Description (from the owner)
Come celebrate Earth Day at the Flinn Gallery with photographer and world traveler, Jonathan Pozniak. Learn how a trip to Antarctica opened his eyes to the natural world and discover the mystical beauty of icebergs and aerial landscapes taken from vantage points you’ve likely never seen before.
April 23, 2 - 3 pm.
Jonathan Pozniak grew up in Boston and gravitated to photography while a student at The Art Institute of Boston. After a formative year at the Paris Photographic Institute, he moved to New York City, where he established himself as a commercial photographer specializing in both travel and beauty industry work.
An Uncommon Planet features the work of two photographers, Jonathan Pozniak and Eric Seplowitz. Both photographers are interested in the natural world and depict its unique features from different perspectives. Jonathan captures the majestic beauty of expansive icebergs and aerial landscapes, while Eric explores small minerals and rocks formed over millions of years and reveals details that are invisible to the naked eye. Despite these differences in scale and perspective, the photographs transform into abstract patterns of shapes and colors that share much in common. Planned in conjunction with Earth Day, these photographs encourage us to take a closer look and appreciate the astounding beauty of our fragile and ever-changing planet.
Curators: Nancy Heller and Alexis Abram
Pictured: Jonathan Pozniak – G480, Iceberg, Archival Inkjet Print, 26″H x 38″W, 2012
Contact Name: gallery manager
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone: (203) 622-7947