Rosella Mosteller, Photography, Great Northern Pasta

Photographic Exhibition at Great Northern Pasta (you, friends, & family welcome) through the month of August

First Thursday Whitefish Gallery Night
235 Baker Avenue, Whitefish, Montana
Exhibition Opening Reception: August 1st, from 6-9 pm
Exhibition: August 1st- September 3rd, 2013
Local photographer Rosella Mosteller, known for her black and white landscapes images presents her traditional and abstract visual perspective with photographs.

Longtime resident, Rosella Mosteller, has applied her creativity in Montana through designing an earth sheltered home, three successful restaurants from interiors to menus, initiating the installation of Barry Hood’s etched glass waterscape in a downtown Whitefish building, founding the Studio now known as Stumptown Art Studio and Ceramic Annex, and a Cultural and Art History club at Stumptown Art Studio.

Mosteller started photographing seriously in nineteen ninety-five. At that time she used her camera as a tool to soak up the European lifestyle in Paris and Italy. Since then years and education have taken her down the
photographic path to focus on black and white fine art landscape imagery. Over the past ten years her photographs have been juried into annual exhibitions at the Hockaday Museum of Art, Kalispell, the Custer County Art & Heritage Center, Miles City, and the Paris Gibson Museum of Art, Great Falls, Montana.

“I think of my abstract landscape photography as a part of the whole,” Mosteller says. “It is another way to view the traditional. So in that way my traditional landscape and abstract landscape photography connect.” Rosella Mosteller’s black and white imagery combines the overall with the introspective, the traditional with the abstract and demonstrates how they both mutually exist.