Jupiter Island Photography

By Jennifer Carrera Turner

I used to frequent this beach as a child. I decided to return here and take some photographs for both sentimental and spiritual inducing reasons. Always when the ocean meets the sand and the presence of rock structures show themselves as monuments it somehow creates this amazing juxtaposition. Although on such a small scale as compared to my visits to the California coast, my feelings here are so much closer to my heart.

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Photography Exhibition: Jennifer Carrera Turner 2018

Solo Photography Exhibition by Jennifer Carrera Turner featuring “Historic Catholic Churches” Religious Series and includes the introduction of “The Obsolete Existence: Industrial American Landscape”. This exhibition is the reception event following the “Duo Lopez Tabor” concert, performed by Mozart-Brahms-Latin American Duo: Alfonso Lopez, violinist and Michelle Tabor, pianist held at 3:00pm, January 21, 2018. St. Patrick Catholic Church, Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

Quonset Huts: A Study in Photography

When you are enthralled by something so simplistic yet so striking – as simple as the most basic steel architectural structures. That’s how I feel about Quonset Huts. It’s a Fine Art Photography Project that is personal at most. Now added to the Industrial Series Photography Portfolio.

 

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© Jennifer Carrera Turner and Carrera Art Studio, 2011 – 2018. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material or images without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jennifer Carrera Turner and Carrera Art Studio with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.