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    Luck played a part in it. The water level was very low when Tim Lawson took his photograph of the famous tree in Lake Wanaka on the South Island of New Zealand. But how does a professional photographer create a special image of one of the most photographed trees in the world?

      In September, the Montgomery Museum of Art & History received a $40,000 gift from the Helen S. and Charles G. Patterson Jr. Charitable Foundation Trust. The museum, which celebrated its grand re-opening on Oct. 1, will allocate the funds toward its ongoing capital campaign and building f…

        Photos by Michele Borgarelli of Blacksburg and Robert Daniels of Snowville tied in the Radford Photo Club September challenge to photograph trees. Borgarelli’s photo, “Solitude,” is a solitary tree on Lake Michigan photographed from the top of a sand dune. “I used a moderate zoom lens to iso…

          The Kendig Awards recognize achievement in three categories: Individual Artist, Arts and Cultural Organization, and Individual or Business Arts supporter. 

            Art Pannonia is pleased to present neo-Renaissance painter David Otto Scaer as the next featured artist in our downtown Blacksburg fine art gallery. His show, titled “Here-Then, Here-Now, Hereafter,” will be on display through the fall. A meet-the-artist reception will be offered on Friday, …

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