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'Art of Photography' featured along Brandywine Artisan Wine Trail

03/07/2016 10:57AM ● By J. Chambless

'Winter,' by Karl Weygandt, at Stargazer's Vineyard and Winery.

For the month of March, seven winery tasting rooms on The Brandywine Artisan Wine Trail will be celebrating the "Art of Photography" with photography solo and group art shows.

This is the eighth month of art themes for the 13 wineries.

This month Karl Weygandt will show his photographs at his parents' winery in Newlin Township. He is a professional photographer and son of John and Alice Weygandt, founders and owners of Stargazer's Vineyard and Winery. Weygandt photographs nature images, from very small fauna, to aerial shots from a drone.

Local family portrait photographer Liz Crowthers will be exhibiting her work at both Kreutz Creek Winery tasting rooms in West Grove and downtown West Chester. Her work ranges from images of Longwood Gardens' flowers and paths, to casually grouped, happy family portraits.

Galer Estate Winery, located behind Longwood Gardens, will a show of photos by professional and fine arts photographer Antelo Devereux, who just published his fourth photography book through Schiffer Publishing house. Devereux's images often have a quirky, humorous side. The show will be featured at Galer Estate on March 20 from 3 to 7 p.m.

Flickerwood Winery's tasting room in Oxford will showcase the work of photographer Andrew DiMaio, and Linda Amonitti will exhibit in the Flickerwood Kennett Square location. Both Flickerwood shows will continue through March 19.

Award-winning local fine arts photographer Robert Lott is exhibiting his work at Ten Gallon Hat Winery in Chadds Ford for the month of March. Lott has a distinct, richly hued palette of colors.

For more information, visit www.brandywineartisanwinetrail.com.

In April, the Brandywine Trail will celebrate the “Art of Spring,” with up-cycled and recycled art, potted flowers, planting demonstrations, and more.


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