A fine art photograph by Dexter Michigan photographer Betsy Finn has been included in a local spring art exhibit. The photograph, titled “Jerusalem of Gold,” was taken at sunrise on Easter Sunday. Finn and her traveling companions arrived at the scenic viewpoint on the Mount of Olives before dawn on the day she created this photograph. As the sun rose, Finn captured a series of images, and ultimately blended them together to create a breathtaking panoramic view of Jerusalem. The fine art print is approximately 8″ tall by 40″ long.
The spring art exhibit in which Finn’s work is featured is one of three yearly juried shows put on by the Ann Arbor Women Artists, a local non-profit group with about 330+ members. Finn was one of 35 members whose art was chosen to be included in the spring exhibit, which runs March 13 through April 29th at the Mallets Creek Library in Ann Arbor.
Below are two images from the opening reception, held the evening of Friday, March 18th at the Mallets Creek Branch of the Ann Arbor Public Library.
The spring art exhibit will be on display at the Mallets Creek Library in Ann Arbor through April 29th. We hope you will consider stopping by to view the many wonderful artworks on display. Many of the art pieces on display, including Finn’s panorama, “Jerusalem of Gold,” are for sale, so if you’re looking to add some art by local artists to your fine art collection, this might be the perfect opportunity to view a variety of pieces.