Photography Exhibition: Fabrications (Diane Laundy)

Posted on Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010 at 11:06 am by Kathy Filo

I don’t know about you, but I love a nice photograph. There is just something about the way the photographer has captured the essence of the subject, whether it is your best friend, the wonders of nature, or the awesome design of modern architecture.

I’d like to introduce professional photographer, Diane Laundy. Engine has worked closely with Diane, who also owns Behind the Scenes Conference Planning, over the past four years on various conference planning materials. She is having a solo photography exhibition coming up March 3 – 28th at ViewPoint Gallery in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Fabrications is a series of recent photographs in which modern architecture is abstracted, re-imagined and playfully re-assembled into quilt-like patterns. Check out her work online at

We at Engine applaud her work, and we hope you do as well. Enjoy!

If you are interested in more information about Diane and her work see her Press Release.

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  1. Interesting Photographer!

  2. Yes, I agree! I just heard from Diane and she said that both the paper & fabric images are quite large and they are hung on ribbon tabs, threaded through a clear, acrylic rod much the way you would hang a quilt. Very cool. I wish I could see them in person myself.

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