JefClarkArt Adds Explosive Images to Collection
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The JefClarkArt photo exhibit at the Cafe des Artistes in Leonardtown has been extended through July 30. The exhibit showcases some 25 photographs taken by St. George Island resident Jeffrey Clark. The scenes depicted range from Potomac River sunsets to old tobacco barns to landscapes and wildlife in the Republic of South Africa. All are for sale and are representative of the much larger selection of shots which can be found on the website JefClarkArt.wordpress.com.
“I have been extremely pleased with the reaction to the photos from both the public and the proprietors of the Cafe,” Jeffrey Clark said. “I have sold several prints and have had great exposure due to the constant stream of diners stopping at the restaurant. What is new on the website, but not seen at the Cafe, is a series of shots of the Kalmar Nyckel, the official tall ship of Delaware which was recently docked in Solomons Island and also of some awesome fireworks shots taken last week for Independence Day celebrations.”
Jeff recently had a small exhibit at the St. Clement’s Island Museum for the Heritage Day celebrations and he has donated a photo of the Kalmar Nyckel for their upcoming fundraising auction.
JefClarkArt.wordpress.com now boasts a new collection of fireworks shots taken this past weekend during the Independence Day celebrations on Lighthouse Road in Piney Point. Mr. Clark was invited by the Lighthouse Road organizers of the celebration on the beach to be the first official photographer of this annual event. In addition to fireworks, the celebration included music by Snakebite, a local rock’n'roll band. All of the fireworks photographs seen on the website are available for purchase.