The West Linn Public Library will host an exhibit featuring the work of William Brant  during the month of January. The exhibit will run January 3-30 in the library's Community Room which is open to the public when not in use. You can call ahead (503-656-7853) to make sure the gallery will be open. An artist's reception will be held Sunday, January 5, 1-3pm.
William Brant previously served for thirty years as a psychologist in public schools where he worked with students of all ages in many different communities. He is now a full-time photographer with a passion for traveling the world and capturing images of the landscape, art, architecture, culture, and everyday life of many places.
For the past few years, I have been studying the macro world of flowers. Stepping outside of the more concrete world of landscapes, architecture and portraiture, I've entered a much more abstract and less certain arena...in this instance, the world within a flower, and this is the realm I inhabit as a fine art photographer. My compositions are based on three key ingredients taught to me by Alan Mandell, a world renowned photographer. They are specifically: simplicity of line, harmony of proportion and equality of attention (to the entire visual field). My exhibit will also include a selection of images of the landscapes, architecture, and culture of Morocco.