With over 300 in attendance, and over $5000.00 generated towards the Saugatuck Center for the Arts upcoming exhibits fund, Executive Director Kristin Armstrong declared the event Wildly Successful!!!  19362_1311177013329_1047733631_30982627_7824086_n

It is definitely THE exhibit to view, and the artist reception THE event to kick off the 2010 season in the Bertha Krueger Reid Exhibition Hall.  19362_1311177253335_1047733631_30982632_3091845_n19362_1311177373338_1047733631_30982635_3898922_n


Fine Art Nature Photography micro and MACRO images will be on display through the end of February and can be purchased at the SCA or through either participating photographer. 



Fleming and Werme were pleased with the turn out, but more important is the shared appreciation for the natural beauty of our Lakeshore region.  The Lake Michigan Shoreline  is one of the most  beautiful dunal landscapes in this country and  is part of the world’s largest freshwater dune system. This stretch of Lake Michigan beach and dunes represented in the images in the micro/MARO exhibit  serve as a prime example of Michigan’s characteristic Great Lakes shoreline.  Learn more about freshwater dune systems.

Bill Werme (l),  John M Fleming (r)

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