Littleton Museum's "EYE OF THE CAMERA" Exhibit awarded Janet Koelling First Place for her Fine Art Photography piece titled "TRANSITIONAL MAJESTY." The exhibit opens Friday, Feb 20, 2015, and continues through the month of March as part of "Month of Photography Denver."
Janet Koelling's piece, "Transitional Majesty" was awarded First Place in the Color Division during the artists' reception on Feb 19. Regarding Koelling's piece, Juror John Sunderland said,
"This piece drew me in and kept revealing deeper dimensions of interest. Koelling captured beauty in the color and portrayed amazing composition. It is the quintessential capture of lighting display that every photographer seeks to conquer."
Koelling titled the piece "Transitional Majesty" saying,
"It displays the transition from dark into light, from night into day, from autumn into winter. Ten inches of new snow blanketed the Sneffels Range near Ridgway, Colorado, creating a magical backdrop to the golden display of color on the Aspens. Clouds danced in the sunrise painting an ever-changing canvas of beauty and majesty."
"Transitional Majesty" is for sale during the entire month of the exhibit. Eye of the Camera Exhibition at Littleton Museum is the oldest photo exhibition in Colorado. 2015 is the 48th year.
Other pieces by Janet Koelling are available by visiting www.KokoWorldPhoto.com.