The fine-art exhibition entitled, 'Walk Far, Look Deeply' begins on September 14, 2012 at the South Florida Museum in Bradenton, Florida and includes work of prominent photographer, H.D. Hasselbarth.
"I'm very pleased to be included in this exhibition at the South Florida Museum. It is one of the oldest area museums, opening in 1947. They have a great legacy of presenting the natural history of Florida and…
Added by HD Hasselbarth on November 30, 2012 at 1:17am — No Comments
The fine-art exhibition entitled, 'Dog Days of Summer' begins in August 2012 and features work of prominent photographer, H.D. Hasselbarth, at the Art Uptown Gallery in Sarasota, FL. The opening reception is scheduled on Friday, August 3, 2012, from 6-9 pm. All artwork is for sale and affordably priced.
"I'm very pleased to be included in this exhibition again at Art Uptown Gallery. It is the oldest fine-arts gallery in the Sarasota and carries a great reputation. This is the 4th…
Added by HD Hasselbarth on August 1, 2012 at 12:43am — No Comments
Ax4u is pleased to announce that HD Hasselbarth is included in the current 32nd Annual Juried Photographic Exhibition the Museum of Botany and Art in Selby Gardens. Located in Sarasota, Florida, Selby Gardens maintains a living collection of more than 6,000 orchids, and is also an established authority on other epiphytes including bromeliads, gesneriads, and other plants. Selby Gardens has achieved world-wide recognition for the botanical…
Added by HD Hasselbarth on April 21, 2012 at 4:52pm — No Comments
AX4U-Fine Art Photography is pleased to announce the release of H.D. Hasselbarth’s new book for A Day Without Cares. This book, available on www.blurb.com, explores life along the Seine River and rural France through cultural photography.…Continue
Added by HD Hasselbarth on November 23, 2011 at 2:30am — No Comments
Ax4u is pleased to announce that HD Hasselbarth is included in the current Dog Days Exhibition at Art Uptown in Sarasota, Florida. This was a juried competition with over 200 entries. Her piece, "A Chair for Vincent" is a 13 x 19-inch photograph of Vincent Van Gogh's bedroom. Unlike the famous portrait that Van Gogh painted, this room depicts the austerity and plainness of Van Gogh's surrounding. "It reminds us that creativity comes from within," states Hasselbarth, "not from our…Continue
Added by HD Hasselbarth on August 14, 2011 at 4:41am — No Comments