Wednesday, May 5, 2010

From Mountain to Metropolis - Excerpts from Pearl Exhibition

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Do you enjoy hiking in Cleveland's Metroparks? Do you like to peruse art galleries that feature local scenes?

This month you can do both at the North Chagrin Reservation. My solo exhibition "From Mountains to Metropolis" will be on display in the Nature Center gallery through the end of May.

"Walking Through Big Meadow"

The forty framed works show interpretive views of Cleveland's skyline, the Flats, and scenes from America's parklands. The show is free to the public and open daily from 9:30 A.M. to 5 PM. in the Nature Center adjacent to Sunset Pond. The park is accessible via the SOM Center Road entrance in Willoughby Hills.

Stuart Pearl in Sunset Pond Nature Center, N. Chagrin Reservation

"View From 42nd & Czar"

These photographs represent nearly four years of work and cover the beginning of my entry into digital photography in 2006.

"Wood Near McCauley Pond" - Shot while on vacation in the Adirondacks.

"Nowhere to Roll"

I 've seriously pursued the craft since 1969. However, my efforts from that period through this decade involved only 35mm and medium format film. With this body of work, I've digitally tried to capture familiar landmarks in a way that creates a unique viewpoint for the observer.

"Morning At Columbus Road"

"Rusted Vines Snowy Tents" Across from Settlers Landing in the Flats

"Timken Wheel and Friends"

"Marketable Sunset" End of the day at the West Side Market.

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