DMH Spotlight AS YET UNSEEN color images by Diana Mara Henry Back

Boy with straw in Guadeloupe


Three seniors in the art program at North Country Union High School have curated a new exhibit of Diana Mara Henry's photographs in color at the Red Wall Meeting Place and Gallery at 125 Main St., Newport, VT. The exhibit is entitled

"As Yet Unseen."

 

Epcot's Venice

 

Raiden S. Brown, Tarah Michelle Vasquez, and Lindsay Wiggett, students of April Caspari and Natalie Guillette in the NCUHS Visual Art Program,have gained experience in their chosen paths for careers in the arts, including art history and criticism. Raiden, a Presidential Scholar and accomplished photographer, is headed to art school in Edinburgh this fall; Lindsay, an illustrator and graphic artist, will be going to SUNY Plattsburgh; and Tarah Michelle Vasquez, also a fine artist who works in charcoal, all contributed to the multi-faceted tasks of choosing and preparing the work for display. Raiden designed the dramatic graphic layouts for the publicity, while Lindsay framed and hung the exhibit. There is a "curators' wall" exhibiting their work too.

 

 

David and Rosemary in the Southwest

 

"The Visual Arts Program at NCUHS serves hundreds of students each year within our Visual Arts Enrichment Program," explains Natalie Guillette, Fine Arts Dept. Liaison and co-teacher in the Arts and Communications Academy at the high school in Newport. "Students who become involved may travel to places like Montreal, North Adams, MA, New York City, Europe, and several other more local destinations. We feel that enculturing a global perspective within our learners helps foster a deeper understnading of the world, a richer educational experience while with us during high school, and a desire to continue their travels as they enter adulthood. Equity is important to us, so providing a myriad of opportunities for students to become involved in our community to help raise funding for the trips is a priority. We are honored to be a part of this remarkable curatorial journey with Diana Mara Henry and her extensive body of work."

 

To donate to the Arts Programs at the North Country Union High School, without buying a print, please make out your check to NCUHS Visual Arts and mail to:

April Caspari, NCUHS Art Dept, 209 Veterans Ave. Newport, VT 05855   "We are so grateful!"

Please write in the memo of your check that is is in honor of the student-curated exhibit at the Red Wall.

We will be happy to send you a receipt, designed by our very talented curator, Raiden S. Brown.

To buy a print, which will also benefit the Arts Programs, see below... Very many thanks!

 

 

Folk dancing at Malcolm Forbes' Chateau de Balleroy in Normandy

 

Diana Mara Henry's images "As Yet Unseen" were first developed as a project during her residency at Vermont Artist's Week at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. Unusual for her work, which is better known for its black and white photojournalism of the women's movement, politics and the social scene in NYC, the images chosen by the students are all from color slide originals. They offer intriguing glimpses of people and landscapes, from a boy in the dunes of Cape Cod to a couple going to be wed in Haiti, Carnaval at the Waldorf Astoria, a Parisian grande dame at home, and lush nature scenes.

 

 

Dawn streetscape in Thera/Santorini

 

Above: Chris and Barbara at Carnaval at the Waldorf Astoria

 

A portion of the sale of the fine art prints produced by special arrangement with Don Whipple will contribute to the arts program, with extra low pricing on the night of the reception (date to be announced) and starting now by advance sale at the same low price for $40 via Paypal to dmh@dianamarahenry.com.

Please add $15 for shipping, or pick up,  at no charge of course, from the gallery.

 

Volcanic Lake, Bali

 

Blanche at home

 

Boy in the dunes, Cape Cod

 

Carl at the Breakers

 

 Edith at the Breakers

 

Boy leading the mules, Thera/Santorini

 

Clara in Guadeloupe

 

David and Diana share a Coke

 

Fran Lebowitz at Balleroy

 

Gail Roy in the air over Normandy, at Balleroy

 

Boy at the ruins of the citadelle, Haïti

 

Haïtian couple go to town hall to marry

 

Cow with vista, Haïti

 

Semi-humorous romance, Haïti.

 

Hare Krishna troupe, NYC    http://www.dianamarahenry.com/ConnectingwiththeHareKrishnas1973.htm

 

   

Hare Krishna troupe, viewed from the back             Hare Krishna proselytizing on 5th Avenue

 

Men in discothèque, Naxos

 

Man on noonday street, Herakleion, Crete

 

Reagan fan at Bicentennial, Boston, 1976

 

 

A portion of the sale of the fine art prints produced by special arrangement with Don Whipple will contribute to the arts program, with extra low pricing on the night of the reception (date to be announced) and starting now by advance saleat the same low price for $40 via Paypal to dmh@dianamarahenry.com.

Please add $15 for shipping, or pick up from the gallery.

 

To donate directly to the Arts Programs at the North Country Union High School, without buying a print, please make out your check to NCUHS Visual Arts and mail to:

April Caspari, NCUHS Art Dept, 209 Veterans Ave. Newport, VT 05855 "We are so grateful!"

Please write in the memo of your check that is is in honor of the student-curated exhibit at the Red Wall.

We will be happy to send you a receipt, designed by our very talented curator, Raiden S. Brown. Very many thanks!

 


Photo of Diana Mara Henry at Versailles by John Wilkes.

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