It is Stan Rubin’s belief that Degas had it right when he said, "Art is not what you see. Art is what you make other people see." Through the use of his camera, Stan's goal in his photography is to make people see nature and other parts of life in a different way. He believes that photography should go through periods of growth and exploration so that the message stays new, fresh, and relevant to the times.
Rubin uses various methods in his photography including shooting through stained glass and antique glass filters, montage, multiple exposure, macro photography, camera movement, and traditional photography. Most of the pictures were shot digitally, with some shot in film (Velvia 100.)
Rubin became interested in photography while traveling for work in design and merchandising in the apparel business. This led him to take a serious approach to nature photography in his retirement. Stan exhibited at the GNC a few years ago, and also in Jerusalem.
Viewing of art exhibit – FREE
Exhibit: Saturday, March 2 - Sunday, April 28
Reception: Saturday, April 6, 2-4PM – Refreshments served