SHERMAN, Conn. — The Sherman Library is currently displaying an exhibit of work by fine art photographer Judith Secco of Bantam. The exhibit runs through Friday, Feb. 5.
Secco, a native of Connecticut’s Northwest corner, has been an avid self-taught photographer all of her life. She began with an in-home darkroom focusing mainly on black-and-white images; Secco later realized that she had a passion for digital photography and began developing her own technique using textures and layers.
Secco gives her images a unique quality, enhancing nature’s beauty with an artist’s eye, bringing nature to life. Shooting a variety of subjects, her work finds its balance between photography and fine art.
Secco has won numerous awards for her work, which has been shown throughout New England.
For additional information, please contact the library at (860) 354.2455, or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.shermanlibrary.org/ .
The Sherman Library is at 1 Sherman Center, Sherman.
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