Tuesday, May 6th at 6 p.m.
Join fine art photographer Ben Larrabee in Darien Library’s Artist Space on the Second Level for a discussion on developing your personal vision through photography. Larrabee will share with those interested his process of editing and selecting images, and use examples of his work and other photographers’ to broaden the definition of what makes a good photograph. Larrabee will be available to answer questions about his art and process, as well as offer guidance on the technical and artistic aspects of image making. Examples of Larrabee's photographs will be on display in the Artist Space.
About the Artist
Ben’s formal training as an artist began in 1962 at the Rhode Island School of Design (BFA) where he discovered his passion through mentor and world renowned photographer Harry Callahan. In 1978, he returned to college to earn an MFA from Yale University.
His fine art background has trained him to photograph as an artist so by instinct he includes artistic elements of composition, rhythm, texture and space in his images. In addition to portraits, he also photographs landscapes and nudes.
Ben has work in the permanent collections of: The George Eastman House (Rochester), The High Museum (Atlanta), The Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), and The Museum of Modern Art (New York).
Additional parking for evening and weekend Library programs on Thorndal Circle (behing Nielsen's).