Jerry Freedner has had a recent show at the Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY, and has exhibited his work in juried shows at the Barrett Art Center, Spencertown Academy, and the Italian Cultural Institute in NYC, among others. He studied photography at the New School in NYC in the 1960s and later with Lisette Model. He has an enduring affinity with nature in all of its forms, and within the last ten years his concerns have shifted to the intense fragility of this earth we share. Jerry hopes that his work might serve as a vehicle to stir a sense stewardship: to conserve the wonder and beauty about us, which is now fraught with unhappy change and threatened loss. Jerry is the recipient of a grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, which he is using to explore rural and farmland conservation in his photography. More information may be found at: www.jerryfreedner.com and additional images at .www.carriehaddadgallery.com.
Read Kathryn’s interview with Jerry on our What’s New? page.
Photo courtesy of Jerry Freedner.