Nancy Breakstone is a local lifelong photographer whose passion has become shooting the natural art that the ocean leaves in the sand. She has been traveling to Costa Rica where she walks the dark beaches as the tide recedes, waiting for images to appear in the sand. As the seasons and tides change, so do the images in their complex and intricate composition.
Nature creates so many beautiful and exceptional images and she brings them life to those who never imagined that they existed through her photographic series which she calls “Impressions In The Sand”. Although her journey to photograph these images began 5 years ago, she didn’t make them available to the public until May of 2017 when she felt that she had a complete collection of her work.
Showings of her work:
Solo Exhibition at the Gallery at Grain Surfboards, Amagansett, NY, October 7th to 22nd
Pequot Library’s 20th Art Show, October 14th to 22nd, 4 photos selected in juried art show
38th Annual Juried Photography Show at the Carriage Barn Arts Center, Jan. 20th-Feb. 18th, 2018. Over 750 entries; 2 photos selected in juried art show
Community Art Show at the Bruce S. Kershner Gallery at the Fairfield Public Library Jan. 26th-March 17th. 1 photo
Photowork 2018, Barrett Art Center’s 31st Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition. Feb. 10th-March 24th. 811 Entries; 1 photo accepted.
Maritime Garage Gallery exhibition "Worth a Thousand Words". Jan. 29th-May 11, 2018. 1 photo selected
Images 2018 at the Fairfield Museum and History Center, March 1st-April 15th, juried show; Viewer’s Choice Award
Neoteric Abstract IV Exhibition, Limner Gallery, Hudson, NY, April 5th-28th; 1 photo in juried exhibit
Solo Exhibition, Pour Me Cafe, July 9th-Sept. 14th
Solo Exhibition, Brendan’s 101, Rowayton, Nov. 7th-Dec. 5th
Accepted as an Exhibiting Artist on Jan. 26th at the Rowayton Arts Center
Her work will be featured in the April issue of The Woven Tale Press magazine.