MOORPARK, CA – April 2, 2015 / – Artist, Moorpark resident, will serve as moderator for the “Photography as Art” panel during the April Channel Cities Camera Club meeting. Ms. Roullard will moderate a panel of photographer artists who will explain their process and how they create their artwork.
The meeting is open to the public and will take place on Tuesday, April 21st at 7:30pm at Farrand Hall in the Museum of Natural History. The location is 2559 Puesta del Sol, Santa Barbara, CA, 93105.
The panelists for this event include Channel Cities Camera Club members Patti Gutshall, Gerald Aspen and Ken Pfeiffer.
“I anticipate a very informative, exciting discussion with the esteemed panel members,” says Artist Carol Roullard. “The panel is comprised of talented, passionate photographers who have built a name for themselves as artists.”
Patti Gutshall has received many awards for her photography and has been very active in the club. Ms. Gutshall studied Black & White Photography under Everett Weinreb. Her work has been featured in The California State Museum, multiple times on Times Square on the Kodak Board, and has received many awards. http://www.pattigutshall.com
Gerald Aspen is an award-winning artist who explores the places between realism and abstraction. He uses a range of approaches and techniques, bringing images from photography, drawing and printmaking together and merging them with a sense of feeling. https://sites.google.com/site/gerryaart
Ken Pfeiffer is Angel Director and former Club President. He has been taking photographs since his youth. Besides being very active in the Camera Club, Ken does architectural photography.
About Carol Roullard
Carol Roullard is an artist and author. Currently, she has focused her artistic skills towards creating micro-crystal fine art photography. Using a high-powered microscope and polarized light Ms. Roullard finds unique images that will never occur again in nature. In addition, she has co-authored seven photography-related books with her husband, Dr. Brian Matsumoto, and they are currently working on their eighth book together. Visit http://www.carolroullardart.com to learn more and view Carol Roullard’s work.
For more information on this release, or to schedule an interview with Carol Roullard, please contact Sarah Le via phone at 805.660.7776 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.