Feller’s photos show at gallery
The Aspen Institute’s Adelson Gallery will feature an exhibit of retrospective portrait works called Portraits: A Personal Vision, by photographer Nora Feller.The exhibit opens today with a reception for the artist from 5 to 8 p.m., and runs through June 1.Among the 31 pieces in the exhibit are portraits of Prince Rainier III of Monaco, artist David Hockney, chef Julia Child, and singer Gloria Estefan. The work represents Feller’s photography over the past 15 years.After graduating from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design with a bachelor of fine arts degree, Feller moved to Colorado to start a commercial photography studio and teach at the Art Institute of Colorado. She moved to Aspen in the early ’80s, planning to photograph the people of the town. She later continued her portraiture work in New York City and then France.In 1996, Feller returned to Aspen, and continued to work for such corporate clients as Forbes, Condé Nast and Newsweek magazines, AOL/Time-Warner and advertising firm Saatchi & Saatchi. A member of the American Society of Media Photographers, Feller has had several books published, including “Portraits of Hope: Conquering Breast Cancer.”Her work has been displayed at such recent exhibitions as the Forbes Galleries and the Saba Gallery of Photography in New York, and at the rotunda of the U.S. Senate’s Russell Building in Washington, D.C.The Adelson Gallery, located at 1000 North Third St. in the Paepcke Auditorium, is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Return to The Aspen Times or AspenAlive.com
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