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Japan – Land of the Rising Sun

Steve will be presenting Japan – Land of the Rising Sun based on a three-week study of the land and its people.  Japan is a study in the intersection between ancient and modern, studied formality and openness and warmth, human-made structures and breath-taking environment, and random beauty and fine-honed art.

Don’t miss this captivating experience in photography!

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Date

May 21 2020

Time

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 21 2020
  • Time: 19:00 - 20:30

Location

Island Art Association
Fernandina Beach, Fl
Category
Jimmie Stone

Organizer

Jimmie Stone
Phone
9045562945
Email
jstone@jimmiestonephotography.com

Speakers

  • Steve Leimberg

    Professional fine art photographer Steve Leimberg was the 2008 International Nikon-Popular Photography Series Grand Prize Winner.  His work won First Place in the 2014 Amelia Island Shrimp Festival for Photography and was a winner in the Photo District News (PDN) FACES contest in January 2018.  He is the author of several books including Birds of Amelia I and Birds of Amelia II as well as A Day on Amelia (with Dawna and Scott Moore) and A Day at White Oak (with Scott and Dawna Moore).  He also provided the photography for the Amelia Museum of History’s Meet Me on Amelia.  His portrait of southern author Pat Conroy (Prince of Tides and the Great Santini) serves as the back fly-cover for Conroy’s book, My Reading Life.

     

    Steve works as a professional photographer for The Amelia Islander, and South Island Living. Known as The “BirdMan of Amelia” , Steve is well acclaimed for his stunning prints and postcards of birds and other Amelia Island wildlife and landscapes and was featured in an extensive article in the Amelia Island News-Leader and also in the Amelia Islander. His painter-like photographs of flora and fauna provide a photographic artist’s unique view of that stunning island. Leimberg can be contacted and his fine art work can be seen and purchased at his studio by appointment by e-mailing steve@UnSeenImages.Com or calling 904 491 0474.

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