Description Hummers are fun little birds, yet they are very hard to capture in flight. This is a shot taken early in the morning in sillouett while the little guy was feeding. the wing is backlit showing the detail of the feathers.
Abbe Gore, California Member Since July 2008 Artist Statement Visit this artist's website at:
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Gore’s interest in manipulating forms in the third dimension developed in high school art classes and was encouraged by her father, a graphic artist. She has a B F A from the University of Arizona and a Master’s Degree in Film from the California Institute of the Arts.
Throughout high school and college, she was active in high diving and came to California to be part of the U. S. High diving Team, performing shows at Magic Mountain. She photographed the team frequently and was a free lance artist for the Santa Clarita Signal. It was her love of movement, action, and photography that all came together to forge her interest in film.
Today, working in clay and glass, and photography she feels has brought her back to her original love of the third dimension. She refers to her work as being driven by interpreting and freezing action and motion through hard materials while in their fluid forms. You can check out my website at the link above.