Photographic Portraiture Exhibit at The Meadows

A portrait is generally thought of as an artful representation of an individual. People of impact are those who make a difference through their actions and contributions to others and society. The Meadows Gallery’s latest exhibit, People of Impact in Door County, is a unique opportunity to see the works of nine Door County photographers who contributed portraits of people who they chose as impactful.

There are a few interesting aspects to the compilation of this exhibit. First of all, each photographer defined the concept of “impactful” and selected their subject accordingly – everything from plumber to philanthropist. Therefore, the definition is highly subjective.

According to Tom Seagard, director of the Meadows Gallery, “I’ve been trying to organize this exhibit for 30 years and am pleased to see such diversity and unique vision that will honor and bring interest to our community and its members. It’s wonderful to host this expression at the Meadows Gallery.”

Dan Anderson, Sam Burris, Dennis Connolly, Tom Groenfeldt, Tom Jordan, Suzanne Rose, Arlene Stanger, Steven Stanger and Len Quartetti are the contributing photographers.

The Meadows Gallery is located in the Scandia Village at the top of Sister Bay hill. Go through the main entrance of Scandia Village and turn right at the main hallway. The exhibit will be open during the daytime from July 10 to Aug. 11. For more information, call Dennis Connolly at 920.746.9199.

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