About the Exhibit
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 28th, 12:00PM-3:00PM | More Info
Through Monday, January 31, 2022
The question is not what you look at, but what you see. – Henry David Thoreau, 1851
The Photography of Mitch Eiss
I got my first film camera in the early 1960’s – a Kodak Brownie with a flash bulb – and that was the beginning of a life-long passion for capturing moments and people. As my interest in drawing and photography grew, I entered college as an art major but turbulent times and my interest in social issues led me to a career in mental health. Then life and responsibility eventually turned me to a corporate career. My one constant throughout was my love for art and photography.
I am now happily devoting my time to making and sharing photographs. (Oh, how proud my father would be.) I have shot major events and small music club venues, but primarily, ‘I walk the streets.’ Each of us can look at an object, a person or scene, and yet, we all see, feel and react differently.
This show, “Perspectives” is representative of what and how I see – my mind’s eye – and perhaps tells you a little something about me and what I find naturally beautiful.
I feel extremely fortunate to be able to share these images with you in this wonderful setting. – M.E
For inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Mitch’s website: www.mitcheiss.photography
Instagram Profile: https://www.instagram.com/mitcheiss/