RWC to host works by travel photographer and stained glass artists

The abstract photography (left) and stained glass creation are examples of the works on display through January at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury.

The January exhibit at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury, 132 Lancaster Drive, Irvington will feature photography by Michael Kunzinger and stained glass by Lynn Savarese and Mary Howard.

Kunzinger has spent his entire life on or near water—all 25 years of it. The fine art and travel photographer honed his skills naturally by observing the beauty in nature all around him. He has lived in Deltaville for 21 years.

Focusing on boats or just ripples in water when the sun and light hit them just right, he finds that images look different when you approach them from another angle.

“With abstract photography, I look for reflections that occur naturally upon the water’s surface. Ripples in the water distort the ‘original’ reflection into an abstract design. The resulting images are unreal, yet entirely real and organically created,” he says.

Savarese got her start more than 30 years ago when she took a class in Albuquerque, N.M., while in the military. She retired and picked it up again opening a studio in her basement in 2008 and began teaching classes there the following year. Howard is one student who took a class and…


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