Eileen has embraced photography for the last 15 years. Her art is best expressed as a passion of learning, experimentation and perseverance. She describes herself as a photo-artist. Eileen’s work has won numerous awards and has been exhibited widely. In Florida, she exhibited at the Armory Art Center, Cornell Museum, American Orchid Society and the Palm Beach Photographic Center. The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach used one of her images as cover art for their “Playbill.” She was first place winner in the Palm Beach Post photo contest. Visit her website: http://www.eileenduranko.com.
Anton de Flon
Since his first trip to the Adirondacks in 1993, Anton has been hooked on exploring the natural landscapes of upstate New York and New England. An early emphasis on hiking and peak bagging with photography as a by-product slowly shifted in priority to focusing on capturing landscape images. In 2011, Anton exhibited his prints at the Hanah Mountain Resort that also uses his photography for promotional purposes. As co-author of a book entitled Historic Hudson Valley to be published in May 2013, he considers the Catskill Mountains his playground. Visit his website: http://antondeflon.photoshelter.com.
She is an award-winning photographer specializing in travel, nature and the environment. She has photographed in more than 22 countries, including Cuba, India, Madagascar, Borneo, Kenya and China. Her photos have been exhibited in the US and abroad. Her work has been widely published in The New York Times, Audubon Magazine, National Geographic and Americas. Two children’s books feature her photos. Her deer photos have been published in other books including: The Wildlife Series: Deer and Majestic Big Game. Visit her website: http://annlittlejohnphotography.com.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013—6:30 pm
Doors open at 6:00 pm
Our meetings are held at The Metropolitan Opera Guild Learning Center, on the 6th floor of the Samuel B. and David Rose Building at Lincoln Center. The address is 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, located at 165 West 65 Street, on the north side of West 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam, closer to Amsterdam. (Google Map link) From the street level, take the elevator or escalator up one level and proceed through the revolving doors into the lobby of the Rose Building to get the elevator up to the 6th floor.
Lincoln Center is well served by public transportation—Subway: the #1 Local train stops at 66th Street/Lincoln Center Station; Buses: M5, M7, M10, M66, and M104 all stop within one block of Lincoln Center.