Long Branch, NJ, March 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Nicole Alt Photography has officially set up a May-June solo exhibit at Monmouth County's own Long Branch Public Library, in Long Branch, NJ.
Although the 2-month exhibit focuses mainly on photographic artwork by Ms. Alt, Nicole she has also experimented with the manipulation of her images, which she hopes to showcase there as well: Whether creating abstract versions of her images pieces --or simply by extracting a portion of 1 work to be transferred into another piece-- Ms. Alt relishes the wonder of transforming the proverbial canvas whenever the opportunity arises to flex those creative muscles.
Helping others is another way Nicole Alt Photography experiences great personal satisfaction: Some customers have used only the PR services such as promotional products; free publicity; and website design, etc. Recently, a web design client expressed his appreciation of Nicole's efforts on the creation of his new website: "I have had the distinct pleasure of hiring Nicole Alt Photography to develop a web site for my antique restoration business. Ms. Alt was a pleasure to work with, and certainly multi-talented: My project needs included scanning and editing photos using Adobe PhotoShop CS4; rephrasing and/or clarifying text & dialogue; inputting animation and a Facebook connection; as well as offering her well-received, constructive feedback on the creative power of fonts and layout, in order to enhance my goals and initial vision. I would recommend Ms. Alt very highly. Sincerely yours, Ron’s Antiques."
Nicole Alt Photography’s photos have taken up temporary residence at the Saddle River Valley Cultural Center, NJ; have served as the inspiration for a local watercolorist's prize-winning submission into the C.A.A. members' competition; been exhibited at the Edgewater Arts Council's Music & Art Festival, NJ; published in a commemorative "time capsule book," entitled "1 Day in Hillsdale;" donated to the Englewood Library's Fashion Show, NJ; entered into both juried and non-juried shows; are on permanent display in a Paramus, NJ doctor's office.
"I love creative artistic projects so much, that I can oftentimes be found working on improving photos just for fun, when I should be sleeping! I enjoy taking candids that just happen to include people, but my prized possessions are landscape/ scenic and animal portraits." - (Nicole Alt Photography)
From the Long Branch Library: "A room without books is a body without soul." - Cicero. A couple of Ms. Alt's favorite quotes are: "The Negative is the equivalent of the Composer's Score, and the Print is the Performance" - Quote Garden.com. "Every artist dips her brush into her own soul, and paints her own nature into her photographs." - adapted from H.W. Beecher.
If fans are unable to attend Nicole Alt Photography's April exhibit in the neighboring town, Ms. Alt hopes to chat with patrons and fans that check out the pieces at the Long Branch Library. Inquiries for Ms. Alt may be made either through her website, or by contacting the library hosting the event. Nicole also welcomes feedback from the show, as well as inquiries regarding other aforementioned services, including: Personalized gifts and promotional products; web design; free publicity; framing and matting; etc.