Looking Closer by Cheryl Dimont
March 3rd – April 25th
Clinton Arts Center is proud to present “Looking Closer” a body of work by photographer Cheryl Dimont. The exhibition will use photography as a catalyst to investigate the various nuances and complex structures of the natural and man-made worlds. All images are archival ink prints printed on an Epson 9900 large format printer using Epson Legacy Platine paper.
Dimont has always subscribed to the belief that beauty can be found everywhere in life. As such, she attempts to cut through the periphery and concentrate on what really matters. “I see pockets of design and pattern everywhere. They add a spark to my day.
They give me little moments of quiet and help me find some order within the chaos.”
Thomas Knoll and his wife Cheryl Dimont have graciously put together their digital photography shows for the Clinton Arts Center. This is truly a labor of love to produce this show.
Thomas Knoll Prints
Thomas and Cheryl are donating all of the proceeds of the sale of any of these exquisite prints to the Clinton Arts Center.