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Drama and beauty, created by nature over Sarasota Bay observed by Wayne EASTEP
Installation, Camden, Maine. This black and white print is 36″ x 24″. See other sizes at my online store: eastepstore.wayneeastep.com
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End of Day
Black and White Photograph
Design found within industrial subjects can be powerfully graphic and colorful. This image is a detail of a blade of a Pratt & Whitney commercial aircraft engine. A moire image is created across the surface of the blade to reveal any imperfections.
These strong graphic and colorful images look wonderful, particularly within a modern architectural setting.
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Art From Industrial Subjects
Strong graphic colorful images from industrial subjects.
Happy winter solstice. The long days of darkness have passed. Now each day will bring more light and in time new life; grapes for wine, fresh arugula for salads, wheat for bread, raspberries for dessert…..
I turn to nature and celebrate the life and abundance that the light gives us. I hope to use each day to cultivate love, harmony, and beauty.
Happy Winter Solstice
Winter Solstice brings light and life.
Entertainment & Life Dec. 16, 2018
by Marty Fugate / correspondent
Link to Sarasota Herald-Tribune article
Artful giving: A gift as personal as it gets. by Marty Fugate / correspondent
Studio portrait by photographer Wayne Eastep. Featured in Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Entertainment & Life by Marty Fugate / correspondent.
Photographer Wayne Eastep installing prints for the collection “The Living Seas” at Eastep Photography Gallery.
The exhibit of images will be on display December 22nd 11 am to 4 pm at 1338 Central Avenue Sarasota, Florida 34236.
The images are being offered to lift our spirits after the depressing experience with “red tide” along the coast of Sarasota in recent months. These beautiful underwater images were photographed in the Carribean, the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico. They show what a healthy marine environment looks like.
The Living Seas collection
Underwater photographs on display at Eastep Photography Gallery December 22nd, 1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota Florida 34236
The Living Seas.
This collection of underwater images made at the premier dive locations in the Caribbean and Florida Keys shows beautiful prints of the vibrant marine life within the Ocean.
Human perception of “out of sight out of mind” is a challenge to our insight into nature. The oceans and seas are particularly vulnerable to our lack of knowledge because the majority of life beneath the surface is unseen and as a result beyond our consciousness. This gap of knowledge and understanding is an existential threat not only to the health of the oceans but to our lives, livelihoods, and way of life.
This year, 2018, on the Gulf Coast of Florida a major ecological crisis has surfaced. From within the waters of the Gulf, countless dead fish surfaced washing onto the pristine white crystalline sands of Siesta beach. Siesta beach has been recognized as having “the world’s finest, whitest sand”.
Red Tide has been a phenomenon for more than a hundred years resulting in fish kills. The Red Tide this year has resulted in an extraordinary number of dead fish plus dead turtles, sharks, and dolphins. This year’s red tide event is historic and deadly serious. It is a serious threat to marine life, human life, and economics.
For those of us experiencing this deadly event, it has been depressing. I’ve curated a collection of underwater images I made in the Gulf, Florida Keys and Caribbean which are full of life and beauty. They are offered to show what a Living Sea looks like and to uplift our spirit.
You’re invited to an opening showcasing these prints October 27, 11 am to 4 pm at my gallery Eastep Photography, 1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 34236.