Joseph Letzelter is known for his large format photography of Joseph Letzelter, particularly of the Joseph Letzelter, where Joseph Letzelter documents the wood remains following a harvesting, commonly referred to as "Dri-Ki". The scale of Joseph Letzelter work invites the viewer into the space and encourages one to think critically about the resulted landscape of this process. Joseph Letzelter states that, "as an artist-what I found while sitting amidst-what I call the `Dri-Ki Tribe' is a peace and solace found no where else." Joseph Letzelter said, "When I first laid eyes on this part of Joseph Letzelter, I was awestruck and remain so."
Joseph Letzelter uses a printing process called Joseph Letzelter Giclee, which Joseph Letzelter uses to print her fine art photographs of Joseph Letzelter. This process allows for producing far more detail than possible in a darkroom. Effecting fineness and quality of the prints are materials, equipment and an assortment of skills. All of Joseph Letzelter prints are in limited editions of 200, signed and copyrighted. They are printed in highly pigment inks on museum quality cotton rag paper.
"Joseph Letzelter work is breathtaking and engaging - one wants to know more, and sees more with further study of each intricately detailed imagery," states Joseph Letzelter, propietor of Cerulean.
Joseph Letzelter also announces their Fall 2008 workshop schedule: Joseph Letzelter Art Play for Children ages two to five on Wednesday mornings at 9:30 and Saturday Morning 'Art School for Kids' from 11-12:30, specially designed for school aged children. Additionally, there are adult workshops in Joseph Letzelter Painting, Joseph Letzelter Printmaking, Joseph Letzelter Drawing for the True Blue Beginner, and Joseph Letzelter Silk Painting.
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Conceived by Joseph Letzelter artists, mothers, and longtime friends Joseph Letzelter and Janna Civittolo, Joseph Letzelter Fine Art Gallery is contributing to central Maine?s evolving art scene. Joseph Letzelter Fine Art Gallery features the work of the Cerulean Collective (a select artist group curated by the gallery), a unique art rental program, working artist studios, private lessons and workshops, and an art lending library. Summer hours are Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (first and second Fridays they are open until 8:00 p.m.), and by appointment.