Art in the Stacks: Gail Seward Zentmyer
Wednesday, March 6
6:30 p.m. -- 7:30 p.m.
Rifle Branch Library
Gail Zentmyer, a freelance photographer for twenty five years, is a Florida native who has called Colorado home for the past twelve years.
Gail is a free spirit, who spent twenty years of her life travelling across the United States and Canada, taking photos to permanently capture her memories. But, as she continued to look through the view finder, she discovered that she had a natural eye for capturing stunning images. This “hobby” of hers quickly grew into a passion that continues to grow and evolve today. When Gail would share her photos with friends and family, they often commented that they felt like they could “step” into her landscapes, which encouraged her to pursue her hobby as a profession. Photography has become a driving force in Gail’s life that gives her focus and a deep satisfaction that helps her to express herself and release her creativity.
Gail enjoys working in both black & white and color, capturing the alluring way light plays on the subject, whether it’s a landscape, still life, lakes and rivers, or wildlife. She has worked extensively with the Rifle Animal Shelter photographing the animals for their yearly calendar, having a great deal of fun trying to catch the right shot at the right time!
For more information, contact the Rifle Branch Library at (970) 625-3471.