The Rhinebeck Savings Bank branch in Beacon -- on 9d, near Dutchess Stadium -- has since its opening opened up its walls to local artists. Tomorrow I'll be hanging some of my Italy portfolio there. This will be among the images I'll be showing.
I took lots of photos while I was there, but this one is my favorite. It shows some of the Romanesque detail, but without the cypress tree it wouldn't be anything more than a snapshot. This is an example of when you forget the Rule of Thirds for the composition; the image lives on symmetry and putting the strongest element smack in the center.
This image -- along with others in this blog, on my website, www.maryannglass.com or at my gallery, www.riverwindsgallery.com - are for sale in any size.
Join us in Tuscany and Sorrento this fall - September 18-25 -- for a fabulous photo tour, eating tour, siteseeing tour. For more information, check out my website, www.maryannglass.com or www.arthistoryalive.com.