Art in the Storefront: “Slow Seeing”

The current Art in the Storefront exhibition, “Slow Seeing”, highlighting local photographer and artist Paul Pierlott, is on display at the old Ambler Department Store at 41 East Butler Ave. in Ambler. The exhibition runs through March 15th.

From the Art in the Storefront Facebook Page:

Paul Pierlott is a local photographer and artist, who has worked for 49 years as a professional architectural, portrait and scientific photographer. Now retired, Paul devotes most of his photography skills to the art of seeing, or “Slow Seeing,” as he titles his new exhibit.

Paul explains, “slow seeing is like slow eating, the act of taking the time to witness each moment visually. Whether it is the setting sun, children being children, mountain lakes in the distance or sunlight sparking through dew covered grass, to ‘slow see’ the moment means to take it in fully, to see it without being distracted. I hope my art will encourage people to ‘slow see’ the moments before them, and enhance each day of their life.”

The exhibit is curated by Mark Elliot of No Bare Walls Framing and Karen Kiser.