Ally & Dave Norton
The Corner Shop and Photography Studio
Dave and Ally’s studio will by open on Saturday, May 1 from 11 AM to 6 PM & Sunday, May 2 from 12 PM to 4 PM.
Ally and Dave Norton opened The Corner in January 2021 because they like a good challenge and love their home town Flemington. Ally runs the boutique retail store and Dave runs the portrait photography studio.
Dave is a portrait photographer by trade but dabbles in many other forms of the art in his spare time. His work has been published in the Star Ledger, the Bucks County Herald, River Towns Magazine and on NJ.com. His current personal project is documenting the homes and scenery of Flemington.
Yael’s studio will be open on Saturday, May 1 & Sunday, May 2 from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Appointments are not necessary, but if you wish to confirm, you may email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 908-500-6035.
Home and Away, Water and Land, Fluidity and Solidity, Silence and Noise, In control and At mercy, Spaciousness and the Lack of it, Solitary and Crowded…
Stretching between these different states of being and frequencies forming a void in between, I juxtaposition images taken from my daily adventures.
I have been living on a sailboat about six months each year since 2014, transitioning between seas and lands.
In creating these sequences, I communicate through visual images my emotions as I experience a state of transition. With each transition, my awareness of some senses becomes sharper while others lie dormant within these diverse conditions. How do these contrasts affect my judgment, perspective and objectivity towards things I see? Does it make me ‘SEE’ things in a different ‘light’?
I am curious to examine this paradigm by placing two images side by side reflecting one another.
Berendina’s work can be viewed at M Galleries, 67 East Washington Avenue, Washington, NJ by appointment only on Saturday, May 1 & Sunday, May 2 from 11 AM to 5 PM.
To book an appointment, please contact her here or call Berendina at 908-399-9263.
I work mainly in photography, cyanotype and silkscreen and like to combine these techniques.
The relationship between space and the human element in that space is interesting to me. When I work in series, I can explore the differences and what has evolved over shorter and longer periods of time.
At the beginning of the pandemic I was getting ready to focus on photographing groups of people in public spaces. This project was halted. I started to go through older work with the same subject and made drawings of them, combining and mixing different images, resulting in a body of new prints.