In photography, exposure is the amount of light per unit area reaching a photographic film or electronic image sensor, as determined by shutter speed and lens aperture. Exposure also has a multitude of other definitions.
Exposure is the title of New River Fine Art’s latest exhibition featuring five photographers working in different styles while sharing one common thread. All the artists in this exhibition work out of doors, exposed to the elements of nature in various manners.
Daniel Fuller spends his days riding the world’s biggest waves and his nights capturing the ethereal beauty of earth’s primal element.
Bryce Groark dives oceans around the world in search of the perfect shot. A photographer and videographer for National Geographics, Discovery and more, Bryce is the cameraman outside the cage, often face to face with killer sharks and whales.
David Magee scales cliffs and wades through marshes to capture the sculptural rock formations and soulful coastal images that make up his oeuvre.
Antoine Rose hangs out of a helicopter, with the doors removed, 300 feet in the air with a 20 knot wind, to capture his contemporary aerial views.
Anna Sweet celebrates the beauty of female form via underwater photography. Diving in pools or the ocean, she seizes the decisive moment of artistic expression.
The daring and dangerous elements all five are exposed to in the production of their work create a commonality among these artists, but that is where the similarity ends, for all have their own unique style. Exposure stretches the boundaries of photography from traditional images of nature to contemporary abstraction, geometrical and human form.
New River Fine Art is honored to work with all the gifted artists in this exhibition and to expose our collectors to their extraordinary talents.