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WPTZ recently featured Transitions in a news story
Apr 02, 2009
For Immediate Release
NORWICH, Vt. -- An art exhibit that started at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC has made its way to New England.
Link to full story: Smithsonian Exhibit Comes To Upper Valley
What makes Robert Creamer's photography unique is that he doesn't use a camera, and now his exhibit is on a tour around the country for people to see and learn about an art form of the future. The medium used in Creamer's exhibit "transitions," at the Montshire Museum, is a scanner. He arranges flowers, bones, fossils and other objects found in nature on top of a large flat bed scanner, then prints them at a high resolution.
"I think there's a remarkable blend now with the arts and technology and science," the artist said at the exhibit on Thursday.
The exhibit will be on display at the Montshire Museum in Norwich, Vt. until May 25.