Craig Wettstein to hold first photo exhibit

Warwick remains the focus of his favorite images


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  • Photographer Craig Wettstein will donate 20 percent of all sales to the Warwick Valley Humane Society from an exhibit of his work held at Caffe ala Mode, located at One Oakland Ave. in Warwick. A reception is scheduled for Sunday, April 13,from 5 to 7 p.m.



WARWICK — Aspiring photographer Craig Wettstein will hold his first photo gallery at Cafe a la Mode this month.

Wettstein went to school for photography and graphic design at Rockland community College, then transferred to Sage College of Albany. He works along side his family in their decorative painting business which takes him all over the country to work for different clients. That in turn gives him the opportunity to photograph things some people can only imagine.

"Out of all the places I've been," Wettstein said in the press release detailing the exhibit, "the landscape and nature in the woods of my home town Warwick and surrounding areas are my favorite.'

Primarily photographing landscapes and nature, Wettstein experiments with new techniques and styles. Most recently he has been venturing into portraits and bodyscapes.

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A reception marking the opening of the photography exhibit will be held Sunday, April 13, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Cafe a la Mode, One Oakland Ave., Warwick.

Wettstein will donate 20 percent of all sales during the exhibit to the Warwick Valley Humane Society.

Follow him on Facebook at Craig Wettstein photography or visit www.Photo-stein.com for his most recent photos and updates.


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