Tim McDaniel is a resident of Batesville and an active member of the Charlottesville Photography Initiative. All of the images on display were taken with a Canon EOS or point-and-shoot cameras.
Mr. McDaniel says about his work:
“Ever since about the age of 13, I have been told that I have an ‘eye’ for photographing things. I never really took them seriously, as I have always been my worst critic until I decided one day that maybe I should share my work. I thought that perhaps by allowing others into a part of my life, they would experience some of the joy that I feel every time I see something beautiful capture my attention, then to be captured forever on a photograph. I have photographed everything from landscapes to flora, even a couple of weddings and portraits. If I think it needs to be memorialized I’ll shoot it (so to speak). I moved to Virginia from California after living there for over 27 years. I had the opportunity to see and experience many things, then found myself in central Virginia shortly after a rather large earthquake convinced me to try something new. Ever since moving in 1994 I have seen a new and fresh kind of beauty all around. I started taking more and more photographs and began sharing them with my close friends and family. After hearing enough positive feedback, I decided to begin showing my work. So there you have it. I remain always grateful for the blessings I have in life, and let others share my joy in pictures. One photograph at a time.”
Please stop by the PCA office inside CitySpace to say hello and check out the art! We are open to the public Monday-Friday from 10am to 5pm.
Would you like your artwork to be on display here? PCA manages this small exhibit area in our office to celebrate PCA member artists and other local artists. Submission of visual art is encouraged and exhibits will change on a monthly basis. If you are interested in having your artwork displayed, please contact email@example.com.