Saturday, July 28, 2012

Coming up - August Artist of the Month Barye Hall




Guild Member Barye Hall

Born and raised in Dedham, Barye was drawn to nature early on. Raising numerous birds and mammals left him with a strong connection to wild things and their beauty. Volunteering at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum, running a zoo for a summer camp in Maine, and most of all, having a renowned animal sculptress for a mother, all combined to pull Barye inexorably toward creating his own vision of nature.

The Yellow Warbler is from this spring's April migration in Galveston,  


The Red Fox is from Mass Audubon land in Canton, MA

Barye is currently working on more avian images including Puffins (Maine), as well as local macro images, and intentional blurs for future display.

A series of note cards is also in the works.

Coming up next for Barye's Photography Work

"Having traveled this spring to Galveston, Texas and Green Valley, Arizona for migrations, I am working on preparing images for hanging from these sites. Warblers, orioles, Mexican and grey jays, clapper rail, doves, and kingbirds."

"I am heading to down east Maine this month to photograph puffins nesting on East Machias Island."

"I am also going to introduce a series of greeting cards this fall using favorite images, and will include some from Yellowstone and Grand Canyon."

Join us for Barye's Opening August 2nd at the Guild from 5-8pm. Meet the artist behind these wonderful photos.

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