Drawing With Light: Work by William Rainey
- April 14, 2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Drawing With Light consists of landscape photographs by William Rainey taken around the state of Arkansas.
Rainey is much more than a photographer. He is a force of the very nature he admires so greatly. He’s an explorer, an adventurer, a mountain climber, a sailor, a fisherman, and ultimately the consummate outdoorsman. His passion for nature and all of its components has allowed him to stretch his limitations, to search out and capture the most rapturous and elegant elements of the outdoors at the most precious of moments, and all of this can be found in his work. Rainey says of his passion for photography, “It allows me to capture the natural beauty of nature and share it with others.”
Rainey has spent 25 years perfecting his eye and unique style in photography and is always looking for the next elusive “perfect shot.”
His skill and his relentless nature to capture the most dramatic and captivating has grown by leaps and bounds, winning him a collection of impressive awards. He’s been honored with the oppurtunity to work with Arkansas’s beautiful State Parks, as well with the State of Arkansas itself, in published books and hanging displays, some of them gracing the walls at Queen Wilhelmina State Park, and other businesses throughtout Arkansas.
The reception for Drawing With Light is Thursday April 14 at the Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas’s Gallery at 126 W. Emma St. in Springdale. The reception lasts from 6-8pm. Light refreshments and beverages will served.