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Silhouettes Photography Exhibit


The Solferino photography series continues this month with one of blogTO's finest, Jerrold Litwinenko. Ever since the closing party for Rannie's 24 exhibit, I've been anxiously anticipating a sneak peak at what Jerrold had in store for us.

Through Jerrold's work on Photosapience Daily, I've seen a wide range of subjects and styles. Everything from scenic to urban, skilfully sharp to artistically blurred, portraits to architecture, and the list goes on. He's clearly an artist that extends himself and isn't afraid to experiment. That being said, I was amazed to see that Jerrold had taken things a giant leap further and constructed a truly unique display of vibrant silhouettes using light, friends, lines, and colours. On top of that, he's rasterized his images to produce a compelling dotted mosaic affect.

I think it looks great! But come check it out yourself at his opening party tonight.

Opens Friday August 10th, 2007 - 5pm-8pm
Solferino Cafe - 38 Wellington St E


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