Far Away Places: A Group Exhibition by Michael Kraus and Thomas Lipp Nov 1-24

Join the Piano Craft Gallery in welcoming Far Away Places, a group exhibition of photography by Michael Kraus and Thomas Lipp.

Show Dates: November 1st, 2019 - November 24th, 2019
Gallery Hours: Friday 6-8PM & Saturday 12:00-5:00PM

Opening Reception
Friday November 1st, 2019 

Join us!

“From wild lions and elephants in South Africa to astonishing views and landscapes in Myanmar – join us on a journey around the world and be captivated by the beauty of Mother Nature.”

"I grew up in an urban area but always enjoyed the woods, the mountains and nature in general. During my studies I spent most of my time and money for traveling and eventually this brought me to a six months trip to Southern Africa. Between the first and the second trip were only five months since that I am visiting the African continent at least once a year.

Being eye to eye with these wild animals gives me an indescribable feeling. With my pictures I am trying to capture these moments that I experience during my travels and bring them back home.

Every picture I take is linked to a strong memory and I always remember the place, the situation, the people that were with me and I can relive the moment.

My passion for Africa and its wildlife has also led to an interest in wildlife conservation and I have partnered with two conservation organizations."

Michael Kraus

"I’m a landscape and travel photographer and I love capturing the world’s beauties in my images.

As a kid I was lucky enough to be able to travel with my family and I always had a knack for photography. At a young age I would take my mom’s old SLR and shoot away. Once I started exploring the world on my own I bought my first camera and haven’t looked back since. Being up before everybody else to soak in the first sunrays over Mt. Fuji in Japan or floating above the temple ruins of Bagan, Myanmar - photography is not just a way to capture memories but it has also added another layer to my travels and to learning about other countries and cultures.

By sharing my work, I hope to inspire you to go out there and explore the world with open arms and soak up the beauty that surrounds us."

Thomas Lipp

The Piano Craft Gallery advances the understanding of contemporary visual and performing arts in the community and promotes artistic purposes through exhibits, performances, lectures, meetings, and seminars in connection with matters of artistic concern.  The Piano Craft Gallery is an all volunteer-run non-profit community gallery space devoted to sharing artists’ work with the public.

The Piano Craft Gallery, dedicated to offering thought-provoking and engaging exhibitions, is a historic Boston landmark located at 793 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.pianocraftgallery.comwww.facebook.com/artpcgboston, or https://www.instagram.com/artpcgboston.

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