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Inspired by Remo: A Local Photographers Exhibition

Fond du Lac artists inspired by Tom Remo share their work to honor and support the upcoming exhibition in June at THELMA - Tom Remo: A Retrospective of a Community Artist and his Journey with Parkinson's.

Exhibition Dates: May 12 - June 12, 2016
Reception Date: May 20 from 5 to 8 pm as part of the Tour the Town Art Walk

Aileen Andrews

Aileen's passion is nature, so her work is usually shot on location rather than in a studio. She is a self-taught photographer working in and around Fond du Lac. Aileen's focus on photography started when she was very young; At age 12 she won her first KISA (Kodak International Snapshot Award) through the local newspaper, and from there she flourished in 4H at local and state levels. In high school she won many awards in state, national and international competitions.  In May of 2014 she ended a 15-year-long career as a photo journalist with the Action/Reporter Media. Throughout her career she has covered weddings, events, senior portraits and more and continues to do this work today. 

George Kaprelian

George attended the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, majoring in photography. He became an industrial photographer for AC Electronics during the space programs of General Motors Corp. Later, Kaprelian worked at Mercury Marine in Fond du Lac as a company photographer. He has since retired and participates in area art fairs, and is a member of the Fond du Lac Artists Association. He has been known for his photo poster series featuring the lighthouse at Lakeside Park, as well as the Train 2714. He feels as though his work preserves our community by depicting these historic attractions. 

Patrick Flood

Local photographer Patrick Flood was a photojournalist at the Gannett newspaper in Fond du Lac Wisconsin for 15 years, from 1999-2014. He is now a freelance photographer specializing in commercial photography for large and small businesses. Always fascinated by the magic of photography, he is now foraying into the new technology in the field of media, including drone photography, cinemagraphs, audio and 360 degree photos and video.




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