Art Exhibit: Jeremy Bach’s “Still Life”

Regional artist and photographer Jeremy Bach returns to Wood library with his exhibit Still Life which runs to June 8 in the Ewing Family Community Room. The show consists of twenty four pieces–paintings and photography–most completed in the last three years.

In a hectic and fast paced world, Still Life delves into the concept of quiet contemplation and living life at a slower pace. “We take life at a break neck speed and we almost never put ourselves into a quiet moment of contemplation. I’m learning to take life slower myself and I’m inviting everyone to a quiet thought-provoking experience at this show,” Bach says.

Jeremy Bach’s last show at the library was The Dreams I Dream in 2014. Bach now brings an exciting collection of new award-winning paintings and photography, along with pieces never seen by the public before.

“I’m coming into this show as a much more mature artist with a confidence for creative endeavors that were outside my comfort zone the last time I exhibited at the library. This exhibit displays my learning process,” the artist states.

In September of 2017 Bach had a photograph titled Flower Girl named one of the year’s best photos by national magazine publication The Photographers Forum . To be named among the best is to be chosen from twenty thousand entries from around the world. The artist has had works shown at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art in California.  Locally, his most recent solo Studio Days was featured at the Wayne County Arts Council in Newark, NY in 2017.