Photography exhibit at Bamboo Café celebrates Paris, Giverny in spring
Monet’s Gardens #3, Ken Kaminsky COURTESY IMAGE
Bamboo Cafe French Home Cooking presents “Springtime in Paris,” a show of fine art photography and giclées featuring scenes of Paris and Giverny, France, by Ken Kaminsky. An artist’s reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, April 1, in the bar salon. The photographs will remain on display through April.
Born and raised in New York City, Mr. Kaminsky completed his education at the City College of New York and New York University. His first published photographs appeared in local media outlets; additional affiliations with stock photo agencies, both nationally and internationally, expanded the exposure of his work in newspapers, magazines and television. His photography subjects include vintage autos, fine art, still life, landscapes, abstracts, celebrity athletes and rock stars in concert — Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger, Warren Zevon, Led Zeppelin and Dire Straits, among them. He has also worked extensively in the public health and education fields. He spends time in both Michigan and Florida.
The artist says the goal of his fine art photography is “to capture the beauty in the world around us.”
For more information, call Bamboo Café at 643-6177 or visit www.Bamboo- CafeFrenchHomeCooking.com.