Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

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Lumière On Line provides a virtual gallery experience When, Where and How most convenient for you. A site where…. Enjoyment of Photography Can Be an Experience…. not just a Location.

Its’ extensive data base of images organized by ARTIST, EXHIBITION and THEME is complemented by additional features, including digitally archived assets for individual and institutional collectors and designers.

The web site has been developed over the last decade including mobile access and multiple social media alternatives.

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Background

Lumière was founded to enhance the appreciation of the photographic arts and to showcase many of the master photographers of the last century. It was also conceived as model to integrate digital technology with the arts, so as to enhance access and engagement.

Its founder merged his experience as a collector and board member of numerous arts organization with his decades of management experience in building computer and networking applications. The objective: to create a 21st Century model for galleries, museums and universities committed to advancing arts exposure and impact.

Over the last 15 years he has conceived and curated over 50 physical and virtual exhibitions featuring the work of 60 master artists. They represent the history and evolution of 20th and 21st Century photography.

During that period, numerous audio/video elements have been developed for educational and research purposes. In addition, Lumière has partnered with multiple institutions presenting exhibitions, lecture series and student engagement programs.

These include the High Museum of Art, The Carter Presidential Library, The Fernbank Science Center and the Booth Western Art Museum, as well as Emory University.

The result is reflected in the design and content of this web site.

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One week from today October 2nd 2 PM at the Breman Museum. Filmmaker Jane Levy Reed will speak on the life and work of photographer John Gutmann, in support of the current exhibition Culture Shock.

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2 days ago
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In honor of Native American day sharing five images from Edward S. Curtis from his body of work documenting the Native American culture, in the early 1900's.

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4 days ago
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In honor of International Peace Day, we are showcasing the work of Jon Kolkin, from his body of work Inner Harmony.

Since 1982, the International Day of Peace has begun with the ringing of the Peace Bell at the United Nations headquarters, New York.

Peace means so much more than an absence of war. More ordinary conflicts arise from disputes with family, colleagues and neighbours and these disturb our sense of peace. Making peace with one person today, even if it is just with yourself, is a fitting way to mark the day. Light a candle, reflect, forgive and enjoy being tranquil.

Parents, do you reward your children when they share toys and help each other? Learning how to solve disputes without aggression is a great way to enjoy peace day. A sponsored toddle can raise funds for peace charities and tire out the little ones. Bliss!

Peace needs building, not just celebrating. Make everyday your day of peace as you work towards harmony at home, school, work and in the community.

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In honor of International Peace Day, we are showcasing the work of Jon Kolkin, from his body of work Inner Harmony.

Since 1982, the International Day of Peace has begun with the ringing of the Peace Bell at the United Nations headquarters, New York.

Peace means so much more than an absence of war. More ordinary conflicts arise from disputes with family, colleagues and neighbours and these disturb our sense of peace. Making peace with one person today, even if it is just with yourself, is a fitting way to mark the day. Light a candle, reflect, forgive and enjoy being tranquil.

Parents, do you reward your children when they share toys and help each other? Learning how to solve disputes without aggression is a great way to enjoy peace day. A sponsored toddle can raise funds for peace charities and tire out the little ones. Bliss!

Peace needs building, not just celebrating. Make everyday your day of peace as you work towards harmony at home, school, work and in the community.

#lumieregallery
#jonkolkin
#jonkolkinphotography
#innerharmony
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