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EXHIBIT OPENING – LANDSCAPES OF ICELAND

WINDPHOTO, July 2005 By Marc Windahl I recently went to an exhibit opening at the Spirit Room in Fargo, ND that featured three artists on the landscapes of Iceland. It was part of the Scandinavian Hjemkomst Festival. The main gallery featured exhibits by Wayne Gudmundson and Gudmundur Ingolfsson. Gudmundson featured black and white photographs of [...]

EXHIBIT OPENING – LANDSCAPES OF ICELAND2017-11-17T22:35:42-04:00

JOHN WELSH DISPLAYS IMAGES OF ICELAND AT MCCC

MONTGOMERY NEWSPAPERS, July 2007 By Nicole Drumheller Gargus Although many of Jenkintown photographer John Welsh’s photographs are stunning enough to be postcards, they are not the blue-sky, tourist-driven images of travel brochures. Rather, they give insight into what life is really like in remote Iceland. A delicate green flower struggles to bloom on a rocky [...]

JOHN WELSH DISPLAYS IMAGES OF ICELAND AT MCCC2017-11-17T22:35:42-04:00

MCCC DISPLAYS SLICES OF ICELAND

THE LANSDALE REPORTER, June 2007 By Evelyn Short The “raging river” is contained not by grassy banks, but by tall chiseled-looking gray rocks. Because there are no homes, trees or people, the expansive wall of old lava looks like part of a canyon that could be several stories tall. “It’s a stream that’s coming down [...]

MCCC DISPLAYS SLICES OF ICELAND2017-11-17T22:35:42-04:00

SHOTS CAPTURE UNSPOILED ICELAND

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, March 2007 By Victoria Donohue John Welsh, a Jenkintown photographer, keeps good company. He's drawn to picture-taking in Iceland's wilderness as if to idealize or tame those primal landscapes - a vivid reminder of the 19th-century photographers stirred by the sheer magnificence of America's Western landscape. Thirty-four of Welsh's images are now [...]

SHOTS CAPTURE UNSPOILED ICELAND2017-11-17T22:35:42-04:00