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N. Rulff

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Upcoming Events

Join me at one (or all) of three unique events in the next couple of months where I will be exhibiting my photography and sharing my process.

The West Toronto Artists Art Tour - Site 15: see brochure for location details

11 am -5 pm on Saturday May 25th and Sunday May 26th


I will have a selection of works from each of my major series, including:

- Serenity: a wistful and mesmerizing series of water images that convey the deep peace of relaxing summer days by the lake

- Fire: a serenade to the Japanese Maple and the fiery goodbye of autumn

- Winter: Peaceful and powerful, cold and beautiful, this series captures the allure of winter, while also reminding us of our vulnerability in the face of natural power

- Escape: a black and white abstraction of local ponds that walks the line between fantasy and reality and asks us to look deeper at those places that we take for granted

Photography Workshop: 2.5 hours - Carden Alvar, Cameron Ranch Trail

June 1

With Photographers Nicole Rulff and Deb Halbot and the Couchiching Conservancy

Join myself and Deb Halbot as we explore the photographic possibilities on the unique and beautiful Carden Alvar.  We will discuss technical aspects of photographing in nature, as well as compositional techniques to achieve the image in your mind's eye.  Then, we will photograph!

Solo Exhibit! Untethered - MA&C on Main (63 Manitoba Ave. Bracebridge, ON)

Opening Gala: July 1st 4pm - dusk!

June 28 - July 21

My first and only solo exhibit this year, all the pieces are new and mostly unpublished - taken exclusively for this exhibit. In an exporation of belonging and responsibility, these pieces seek to disrupt our concepts of the forest as a place of constancy by untethering us from our own tightly bound timelines and whisking us into the current of the forest.  These works are meant to inspire and ignite the feelings of connection and belonging felt from within the forest, and then gently encourage our minds down new pathways of understanding.

"These beauteous forms,
Through a long absence, have not been to me
As is a landscape to a blind man's eye:
But oft, in lonely rooms, and 'mid the din
Of towns and cities, I have owed to them,
In hours of weariness, sensations sweet,
Felt in the blood, and felt along the heart;
And passing even into my purer mind
With tranquil restoration"

- William Wordsworth, Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey, On Revisiting the Banks of the Wye during a Tour. -





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