ALEXANDRIA, VA, October 23, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A "must visit" for nature lovers in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area, Green Spring Garden is the perfect destination for inspiration. Adding to the beautiful scenery, internationally renowned photographer Paul Taņedo's new exhibit will be featured at the Horticultural Center.
Better known for his powerful and painful portraits dictating life and poverty in the Philippines, Taņedo's series of mysteriously illuminated plant prints brings him and viewers to a happier place. Oversized images of vibrant flowers, blades of grass, and fallen leaves as seen through the eye of the photographer will fill two galleries this fall.
Taņedo states "Having been a photographer documenting people since the early 70's, it is challenging, intriguing, and very fascinating to find fresh perspective on the other side of the fence."
Paul Tanedo Photographs will be on display from October 29 - December 29, 2013
Opening Reception/Meet The Artist: Sunday, November 3, 1-3pm
This is the second time Paul Taņedo will be featured at the Horticultural Center.
Read about the previous exhibit at http://paultanedo.com/articles.php
About Paul Taņedo
Born in the town of Gerona, Tarlac, Philippines, Paul Taņedo did undergraduate studies in Architecture, Commercial Arts, and Industrial Design at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines. He worked as a freelance photographer in Manila before moving on to the Philippine Refugee Processing Center (PRPC) in 1981. He worked as a photographer and as Information Specialist, tasked to document and develop audio visual production requirements in the center.
In December of 1985, he immigrated to the United States and experienced what it's like to be a "refugee". At the time, he had a wife and a 6 month old daughter waiting in Richmond, Virginia to start a new life together in America.
For more information, contact Paul Taņedo at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.paultanedo.com
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