Each time Alan creates a landscape image, it tacitly speaks to him in a variety of emotions. He believes the most beautiful landscape images contain a unique music and a unique feeling tone. Although he has now moved on from the “wet darkroom” and into the “digital darkroom,” he still thinks of the great photographers Ansel Adams and Minor White, both of whom have had a strong influence on his imagery. The first of many photography workshops he attended was run by the Ansel Adams Foundation in Yosemite, California, where he continued the endless process of honing his technical skills.
Alan work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibits at the Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, Ct, Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT, Gallerie Spiralinthe, Semeur-en-Auxios, France, Iris Gallery of Fine Art Photography, Great Barrington, MA, The Shubert Theatre, New Haven, CT, Mystic Arts Center, Mystic, CT, Atlantic Filmworks Gallery, Hamden, CT, Mill Gallery, Guilford, CT, RJ Julia Café, Madison, CT and notably he had a solo exhibition and collaboration with the Richardson Symphony Orchestra of Dallas, TX.
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