DANVILLE — A 10-day driving vacation in 2011 produced more than 10,000 photography images by Jo Thompson Pennypacker and David Pennypacker. Images range from local scenery to scenic vistas of Grand Canyon National Park, Zion Canyon and Bryce Canyon in Utah, and Antelope Canyon and Sedona, in Arizona.
Their work, “Photography and Fine Art,” is on exhibit through July 14 at the Old Forge Brewing Company, 282 Mill St., Danville.
Sharing a mutual interest in photography, each brings a unique perspective to the images created with the camera and the easel.
David grew up in Millville, and is a lifelong area resident. Developing an interest in digital photography over the past few years, he enjoys colorful fall and intriguing winter scenery. His photographs included in this exhibit are professional Giclee process printed on gallery wrapped canvas.
Presently attending Bloomsburg University to complete her undergraduate degree in studio art, Jo uses various artistic mediums including acrylic and watercolor painting, mixed media collages and digital photography. Prior to moving to Danville, as a Pennsylvania resident for more than 20 years, Jo lived in Bucks County where she created fine art interior murals and custom faux painting as a self-employed artist since 2001. She was selected to create three life-size fiberglass mules for the regional 2003 Miles of Mules public art project. Originally a native of south central Mississippi, Jo began her formal studies in fine arts at the University of Southern Mississippi.
For more information about the artists, call 380-4729 and visit www.etsy.com/shop/JoFineArt and www.etsy.com/shop/davidsphotoshop