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Preview: “Retrospective”, John Andrulis, Red Filter Gallery, Lambertville, NJ

In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on October 24, 2011 at 7:57 pm

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Ballet Dancer, John Andrulis

The photographer John Andrulis has been prolific in his book publishing efforts and now brings a sweet sample of his 20 plus year career to the Red Filter Gallery

John Andrulis was born and raised in central New Jersey and attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia to study photography. In addition to studying at the University of Montana where he did his graduate work in photojournalism, his return to the East Coast prompted his photo view to be aligned more with Henri Cartier-Bresson’s style of decisive-moment fine art photography. Trips up and down the Jersey Shore between Manhattan and Cape May provided Andrulis plenty of material year round and eventually the cultural and historical experience necessary to produce ten books, among them “The Jersey Shore (Summer),” “The Jersey Shore(Winter)” ,”Manhattan – Black and White Narrative” and “Philadelphia – Documentations”.

While Andrulis’ subjects range from landscapes to portraits, the one theme present in each image is his attention to passing time and how it changes the image composition. Whether it is a seasonal change from lush summer landscapes to bare snow, or the dipping head and torso of a ballerina, Andrulis’ awareness of the changes of time clearly show within the frame.

October 27 through November 27, 2011

For more information: Red Filter Gallery

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