Depth perception: Photo exhibit at DL's Trinity Lutheran is 'layered with meaning'
From now through mid-February, the music and arts program at Trinity Lutheran Church is holding an exhibition of the photographs of Roxanne Westman.
From 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on weekdays, and 8 to 11:30 a.m. on Sundays, Westman's photography can be viewed throughout the Fellowship Room and hallway of the church, located at 1401 Madison Ave. (on the hill east of Detroit Lakes High School). It is free and open to the public.
"Roxanne's photography captures the beauty of the world which surrounds us daily," says Mark Berg, Trinity's director of music and arts programming. "Her work is inspired by her feeling of wonder; a tugging of the heartstrings. The works on display are wonderfully, deeply layered with meaning, causing the viewer to stop, gazing in fascination at the landscapes she has captured."
"You will find many more examples of Roxanne's work at her website (www.roxiesplacephotography.com), but looking at photos in person is much more gratifying," he added.
Westman lives with her husband Don on a farm near Mapleton, N.D. Come view her work, and if you like what you see, her photos are available for purchase. A price list will be available at the church. If you would like more information, or would like to participate in Trinity's music and arts programs, contact director Mark Berg at 218-849-4337.