Altered Views Exhibit

ALTERED VIEWS – An Exploration of Photographic Processes, Techniques, Substrates and Presentation highlights the results of each member’s unique and uncommon approaches during all stages of the photographic process: at the moment of capture using filters, infrared, and unique subject matter and composition; in post-production through compositing, digital painting, and effects; at the print stage using…

Cynthia Fleury

As a former painter in oils and acrylics my photography reflects much more than capturing a moment of reality. I create my photographs as if I were doing a painting creating painterly looks through various digital and physical techniques. I use the camera as if it were a paintbrush painting beautiful light and shadows conveying…

© Brian Billadeau

Brian Billadeau

My whole life, I’ve been surrounded by and deeply involved in the arts. I’m a fine, graphic and commercial visual artist and photographer — traditional and experimental with multiple disciplines and mediums. I’m also a maker, woodworker and stained glass artist. One of my side-projects, on display at my NKB studio, is a series called “Lens…

Peter Wong

Photography has been a passion for me since I was a kid when paging through a National Geographic magazine that my mom had bought for me. In 1969 I left the country of my birth, Malaysia, and moved to Minnesota to further my education at the University of Minnesota and the College of St. Scholastica.…

Forrest Pearson

Photography has always been a part of my life. I grew up watching my Grandpa working magic in his basement darkroom. I bought my first big time 35mm camera when I was 19 and ever since I have always had one with me. For me photography is a passion not a vocation. I have learned…

John A Olson

John Olson’s passion for photography transforms into an adventure full of wonder, joy, and curiosity, as if life is presenting itself for the first time. He visually seizes life‘s many aspects of work and play creating meaning and emotion in images by conjuring up the viewer’s own nostalgic experiences. Experimenting with various unique photographic processing…