What: The Maple Grove Arts Center is happy to announce photographer Wayne Moran. Wayne will be at the arts center January 13, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. to sign his book “Eye of the Beholder.” Enjoy treats courtesy of Grandma Ruby’s Sweet Shoppe and coffee from Starbucks. Guests will be free to visit with the photographer/author to learn more about his photography and purchase a book.
This event is FREE and the public is invited to attend.
When: Wednesday, January 13, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Where: 7916 Main Street North, Maple Grove, MN 55369, 763-494-3948
Who: Photographer: Wayne Moran
If you are not familiar with Wayne Moran’s photography see his work in the recently published Town Planner Calendar distributed to all Maple Grove residents.
Award-winning photographer Wayne Moran’s first publication Eye of the Beholder (120 pages, $32.99 – $49.95), a collection of inspiring photographs from his newly updated portfolio of landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, nature and people.
As a Minnesota based photographer and artist, Wayne focuses his skills and energies on landscapes, cityscapes, architectural, nature and portrait photography.
His best work comes from images first painted in his mind. He mulls over a prospective image for weeks or months, seeing it from different angles and perspectives, then finally deciding what to capture, he takes action. The result is images that deeply touch a person's emotions and powerfully evoke memories and dreams.
Companies and organizations ranging from financial services firms, mom and pop ice cream shops and The Basilica of St Mary use his images commercially. The images are used to communicate their shared vision and values. Book, magazine and calendar publishers have featured his images in their publications and on their covers. His photographs also grace and enhance the décor of many fine homes.
The Maple Grove Arts Center is a non-profit community arts initiative serving the northwestern suburbs of the Minneapolis metropolitan area. “Our mission is to create relationships among artists and share in a fun and unique experience within the community in which they live and work. Providing the artists with useful tools to grow their name, bring awareness of the visual arts, and promote the communities unique art culture. We also seek to educate the public and provide them with quality art programming for their entertainment and enjoyment.” For more information go to: www.maplegroveartscenter.org
To place orders for the book:
To arrange a book signing or interview, contact Wayne Moran at