UNIQUE MICRO-CRYSTAL ARTWORK BY CAROL ROULLARD FEATURED IN ART FUSION GALLERIES’ “CROSSING BOUNDARIES” EXHIBITION
Art Fusion Galleries has put nine of Artist Carol Roullard’s micro-crystal photography art pieces in its current Crossing Boundaries exhibition
MOORPARK, CA – January 16, 2014 – Nine of Carol Roullard’s micro-crystal fine art pieces are on display in Art Fusion Galleries’ 2014 inaugural exhibition entitled Crossing Boundaries. The show is taking place January 2nd through to March 17th.
“Carol Roullard’s micro-crystal artwork is truly remarkable and is a great addition to our gallery. Her artwork’s bright colors and vivid contrasts provide vibrancy and excitement,” says Director William Braemer. “We are enthusiastic about representing Ms. Roullard’s work.”
Art Fusion Galleries is known for showcasing a collection of contemporary original art from a remarkable array of talented artists from around the world. Art Fusion Galleries is located in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Art District.
“Exhibiting in Art Fusion Galleries is a thrilling opportunity,” says Ms. Roullard. “I was so excited to see my artwork hanging in the gallery. Director William Braemer and his team filled the gallery space beautifully.”
Artist Carol Roullard combines the art of crystal making, micrography and photography to create distinctive colorful fine art. She grows her own crystals on glass and takes photographs of them through the microscope using polarized light and filters. Ms. Roullard’s work introduces viewers to an extraordinary, intricate world of dazzling crystals with unique natural structures and patterns. Many of her crystal images resemble land and seascapes; others portray animals, feathers, or flowers. No two crystals form the same way.
To see Carol Roullard’s work, visit Art Fusion Galleries at 3550 North Miami Avenue or visit Carol Roullard’s artist profile to preview her work: http://www.artfusionartists.com/artist-profile.php?code=793
About Carol Roullard
Since her childhood, Carol Roullard has captured nature’s strength and character to create photographs that evoke awe within the viewer. Using a high-powered polarization microscope she finds unique images that will never occur again. Ms. Roullard prints her artwork on aluminum to bring out the depth and iridescence in the images, as they were when she first saw them. In addition, Ms. Roullard is co-author of five photography-related books and is currently working on her sixth.