V I C T O R I A B L E W E R
n o v e m b e r ‘ s f e a t u r e d a r t i s t
O P E N I N G R E C E P T I O N
f r i d a y , n o v e m b e r 4 , 5 – 7 p m
Victoria Blewer grew up in Manhattan, but bolted for the quiet hills of Vermont. She works entirely with black and white films (sometimes using black and white infrared film), and then she hand-colors the images. Her hand-tinted photographs have been featured in full-length photo essays in the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, Vermont Life,Vermont Magazine and Yankee Magazine. In addition to winning national and regional awards for photography, Ms. Blewer’s photographs have appeared in numerous newspapers, magazines and books. She lives in Lincoln, Vermont, with her husband and daughter.
“Red Barn (triptych)” Hand-painted photos, 15.75″ x 49″
“Barn up Close” Hand-painted photos, 20″ x 24″