Rich and Bill Dietrich will exhibit their work at the Jordan River Arts Council from March 4 - 11.
An opening event will be held following the Poetry reading event on March 4, at 4pm.
The show is free and open to the public. The work can be view from 1pm - 4pm daily.
Rich is an East Jordan Artist with a Degree from Kendall College of Art and Design. He retired from a career in the printing industry, and has always had a desire to get back into creating art. Through his career and life, he has enjoyed working with wood and paper. He finished numerous projects in wood, but his focus now is with color and paper.
His inspiration from Eric Carle helps him express his love of nature. His artwork is created in a collage technique, using hand-painted paper, which is then cut and layered to form bright natural images.
Rich’s art reflects peaceful and serene images of nature.
If you are interested in purchasing his art, please contact Rich at 231.350.8086 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bill Dietrich Photography
Bill is a Charlevoix photographer with an accounting degree, a career as a real estate broker, and a passion for photography.
Bill’s inspiration for photography started with his involvement in the Charlevoix Photography Club which guided his learning of the technical side of photography. Bill has learned volumes by shooting and sharing in the field with fellow photographers. As a friend, the accomplished artist, Todd Warner, encouraged Bill to embrace the creative side of photography. Bill enjoys photographing many subjects, but his favorites are nature and wildlife.
Workshops with Todd and Brad Reed Photography of Ludington have helped hone Bill’s photography skills. He has attended classes and workshops at Precision Camera in Austin, Texas, Cycling Salamander and The Friends of the Jordan. Bill has studied with Tom Kachadurian of Traverse City and Faustinus Deraet Van Regemorter of Austin.
His work has been exhibited at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts, Jordan River Arts Council, The Friends of the Jordan, Crooked Tree Arts Center, the Charlevoix Public Library, and Palette Bistro.
Please enjoy his collection and the perspective of the view through his camera lens.
If you are interested in purchasing his images, please contact Bill at 231-633-1353 or email@example.com