Artist Anita Garnett to show photographs
Exhibit opens Sept. 7 with reception
Anita Garnett’s photography show, “Secrets Objects Share” opens with a reception at the Oliver Wolcott Library.
LITCHFIELD » Anita Garnett’s photography show, “Secrets Objects Share” opens with a reception at the Oliver Wolcott Library, 160 South St., Lithfield, on Thursday, Sept. 7 from 5-7 p.m. The show runs through Oct. 26.
Garnett’s mission as a photographer is to capture the beauty, sensitivity and humanity of her subjects. The images are unfettered by background and by isolating them, their form and their singularity can be further observed.
Photo essays involving people intrigue her and a portion of her exhibit will include photo-
graphic portraits of elders who share, in one sentence, what they have learned after all these years. Garnett says she hopes all who view the exhibit will add their thoughts on what they’ve learned.
Garnett participates in solo and group exhibitions in galleries. Among her numerous awards are Grand Prize International Winner
of the Faces of Elders Contest for Apogee Photo Magazine and Kodak International Newspaper Awards Contest Finalist.
Today she is a freelance photographer for the Register Citizen newspaper where she captures people enjoying parades, fairs and fun events throughout Litchfield County.
Learn more at http://anitagarnett.com. To reach the library, call 860-567-8030 or email Jordan McCorison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Tulips” by Anita Garnett.
“Secret Objects” by Anita Garnett.