Ku-chuan Hsiao is an avid bird photographer. He has developed methods for photographing birds in-flight so that the lovely fluid detail in the design of the wings can be seen. Some close-up shots even capture the different expressions of the birds’ “faces”, appearing as if each bird has its own personality. Since his home abuts a wildlife refuge in the forests of New England, a large variety of birds fly through according to the season, and occasionally other small animals appear. He hopes that his photos bring you a sense of fun and joy as we admire God’s creation.
This presentation of the Chelmsford Art Society is supported in part by grants from the Chelmsford and Billerica Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.