Tulla Booth Gallery Debuts ‘Spring Preview: A Forecast of Our Summer Season’ on April 30

Tulla Booth Gallery will host an opening reception for Spring Preview: A Forecast of Our Summer Season on Saturday, April 30.

The show will feature the work of four artists—Stephen Wilkes, Daniel Jones, Blair Seagram and gallery owner Tulla Booth—presenting their stunning photos that tease the summer scenery and mood that will soon envelop the area.

Wilkes’s photos have been widely exhibited in several museums and publications. His photos range from fine art shots of varying themes to commissioned artful advertisements for the Bronx Zoo, IBM and Top of the Rock. There is a distinct symmetry to his shots, from natural scenes to industrial and mechanical structures.

Jones, a North Fork resident, began as an illustrator. Now he works solely in photography, producing shots with a painterly quality that exude a natural, solitary feel. He is known for his shots of beaches that bear a an expressionist quality, creating a plane of blurred colors melting into each other.

Using wide panoramic shots and time-lapse methods, Seagram captures the distinct landscape and seascape of her travels and home on the East End. Utilizing all-natural elements, as well as structures cradled in the natural landscape, Seagram captures as much detail as possible within her vistas.

Booth is not only a gallery owner—she is also a jewelry designer and an esteemed photographer. Her photos are primarily of flowers, isolated in a plane of black to bring out the vibrant colors and textures of the bulbs. Her landscape photos bear this quality as well, seeking to bring out the texture of waves, clouds and the local landscape.

Spring Preview: A Forecast of Our Summer Season will open this Saturday, April 30 with a reception running from 6-8 p.m., running through Saturday, May 28.

Tulla Booth Gallery is located at 66 Main Street, Sag Harbor. For gallery hours and more information, call 631-725-3100 and visit tullaboothgallery.com.

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