Beginnings... “Surface Tension” Opens January 21

January's calendar image, "Storm Crossing," shows a blizzard blowing across the frozen lake last winter.

January's calendar image, "Storm Crossing," shows a blizzard blowing across the frozen lake last winter.

My colleague Nelson Armour and I started a journey four years ago to create an art exhibit focused on Lake Michigan. Later this month, this project will come to fruition when “Surface Tension: Beauty and Fragility in Lake Michigan” opens at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum.
 
I invite everyone to see the exhibit, which runs from January 21 to April 16 on the first floor of the museum. We've assembled 22 images in 11 pairs to illustrate the natural wonder of Lake Michigan juxtaposed with the manmade dangers that threaten it.
 
We are also excited to offer four special events associated with the Peggy Notebaert exhibit. Check them out here!
 
Visit surfacetensionexhibit.com for more information and a sneak peek at the images.

Ted R. Glasoe

Ted Glasoe, United States

Ted Glasoe’s photographic art captures the compelling and unexpected alliance of nature and our urban environment, particularly Lake Michigan and the Chicago cityscape. His reflective images enhance residential and commercial spaces with unique visual interest and a sense of local pride. Consultation on print selection and display options ensures that your image reflects and supports your creative vision.