PALMER LAKE, CO – Academy Art & Frame Gallery Curator and professional photographer Cas Foste will talk to photographers about how to “Put on Your Best Display” at 7 p.m., Monday, February 11, at the Mountain Community Mennonite Church facility, 643 Hwy 105, in Palmer Lake. The session is free and open to all interested photographers. To see more about the event or the Palmer Divide Photographers Group, go to www.pdphotographers.com.
She will be sharing some insider tips to photographers looking to show their work in galleries.
“I will be discussing all the little things in framing an image that nobody seems to think about but which drive me mad as a curator (and I would imagine other curators have some of the same frustrations!),” Foste said. “I will also discuss what goes into framing a piece yourself and how to make it look good and why in some cases you would want to have it professionally framed.” On tap will be everything from mounting styles, displaying options, to the wire hangers on the back. Foste will talk about why a professional presentation is important to the artist, viewer and gallery.
Foste is a photographer who loves working with light and light paintings. She has a Bachelors of Fine Arts with an emphasis in Photography and Printmaking. She is well known in the Colorado Springs arts community for her passion for art and photography. As the Curator and Assistant Manager of Academy Art & Frame in Colorado Springs, she coordinates marketing and events, monthly art exhibitions, and manages the art on exhibition.
She has won numerous awards over the years for her photography and art and is a member of the Pikes Peak Arts Council and 421 Make Art. To see Cas Foste’s photography, visit: Cas Foste Photography
In case of inclement weather, check the Palmer Divide Photographers website or the Facebook page where a notice of cancellation will be posted.
For more information on the Palmer Divide Photographers, go to http://www.pdphotographers.com.
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