Amy Dolega of Easton invites the neighborhood to the Dreamscapes show at the Westport Arts Center where both of her fineart photographs were accepted.
The exhibition was juried by the well-renowned Alexandra Munroe, Samsung senior manager of Asian Art at the Solomon R.Guggenheim Museum in New york city. Munroe is a pioneering authority on modern and modern Asian art and transnational art research studies.
Munroe picked the artworks from more than 260 entries, consisting of national and international artists. The exhibit includes 45 diverse analyses of the Dreamscapes style, including paintings, photography, printmaking, sculpture, video, collage/mixed media, digital and illustrations, from 42 artists.
It is a huge honor for each artist to be picked for the show,” stated Helen Klisser, Westport Arts Center’s creative director.”These artists are at the top of their video game; their art has resonated with a very esteemed manager.
The exhibition will be on view through Jan. 9.
Dolego is a finean art professional photographer and the creator of Winton Studios, a commercial photography firm in Easton. She was the winner of “Best in Show” at Pequot Library’s 17th Annual Art Show in 2014.
As an architectural photographer and member of AIAP, Dolego specializes in creating captivating images for architects, indoor designers, garden/landscape designers and realrealty professionals.
She integrates 20 years of experience in business and household design in the United States with a photography degree from the popular Paris Institute of Photography (Speos) in Paris.
At Speos, she was informed by leading specialists in different photographic genres including great art, fashion, studio, reportage, documentary, and still life.
In addition, Dolego learned printing techniques from George Fevres, a founder and the former director of black and white photography at Paris’s Pictorial Laboratory (PICTO) and the individual printer for Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, and Josef Koudelko.
At first a fine art and fashion professional photographer, Dolego has actually worked and exhibited extensively both in the United States and in Europe.
In 2009, she opened Winton Studios, a firm dedicated to helpingto assisting achieved design specialists communicate their vision through photography.
Her images have appeared in short articles and on covers of magazines such as American Art Collector, New England Magazine, Ven, Cottages and Gardens, New England House, Life at Homein your home, Fairfield Magazine, Contractor magazine, Westport magazine in addition to major newspapers such as The New york city Times and the Wall Street Journal online editions.
Dolego’s Paris fashion images appeared in Atelier Chardon Savard No. 6, and she was selected as a professional photographer to cover the 2008 National Democratic Convention.…