CPA meetings are held at The Cary, 122 E. Chatham St., from 7:00pm until 9:00pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
March 2017 PROGRAMS
Jon Kolkin: Finding Time for
Photography: Strategies for Busy People
Jon is an Internationally Recognized, Award Winning Artist who’s tips can be applied to any activity you need to find time for.
Learn more about Jon here.
Jon Kolkin is an internationally recognized artist with a lifetime of experience pursuing his passions while simultaneously maintaining a healthy balance between his personal and professional life. His unique strategies have allowed him to achieve a high level of success as a professional fine art photographer, physician, educator, global humanitarian, and international speaker.
Jon’s artistic projects tend to incorporate underlying themes related to personal growth and often serve as a springboard for conversation during exhibitions and presentations. His art is frequently described as minimalist, painterly, meditative or “Zen like”, capturing the emotion of his subject rather than simply a literal documentation of what might be noticed by the casual observer.
Jon Kolkin’s captivating images have won numerous awards, are widely published and have drawn the attention of private and corporate clients worldwide. His artwork has also been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions within the USA and abroad.
He has served on the faculty of the prestigious Maine Media Workshops and is a frequent guest lecturer at major universities and other venues worldwide. Presentations often center on subjects such as, “Finding Balance within Our Lives”, “The Creative Process” and “Strategies for Creating a Successful Portfolio”.
CPA Member John Lapp The Making of Three
There is a tradition in photography of showing how a photograph came into being. A classic example is Ansel Adams’ “Examples: The Making of 40
Photographs.” John will discuss not only how he made the photographs (capture and processing), but also why and, in one case, the
history of failures before he came to a photograph he likes