Black & White Photography by Ken Sullins is now on exhibit in the Old Ox Tasting Room. This is the second in a series of exhibits brought to you by artWorks, a program of the Loudoun County Arts Council. Meet the Artist on Friday, May 8 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Ken has selected photos for the exhibit that range from local scenes that you may recognize or may have passed unnoticed, wildlife and work inspired by the paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.
His inspiration comes from horses, wildlife and landscapes and fine art. Ken talks about his art:
“I search for the moments that visions move beyond my expectations… or a veil drops to isolate the simplicity of nature. Music inspires me. Dreaming a dream to Scarborough Fair to Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain to Bobby McGee, my vision is clarified by subconscious melodies. Inspirational images remind us of our collective roots and expose those roots to those that have yet to meet them. Passion and envy for auditory art drives me to create music for the eye.”
Ken is a founding surgeon at the Marion DuPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg. He also writes something. His articles have appeared in Nature’s Best magazine, Gray’s Sporting Journal and Colorado Outdoors among others.
Visit his website for a preview: www.kensullinsphotography.com. Enjoy them in the Tasting Room where they are available to purchase.