Judy Molle: Landscapes from the Invisible Spectrum

Exhibit Dates: 
Tuesday, Jan. 9 to Saturday, Feb. 3
Artist Reception: 
Friday, Jan. 12 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
2nd Saturday Opening: 
Saturday, Jan. 13 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Jusith Molle Headshot

Judy Molle is passionate about nature and photography. Judy uses the InfraRed Light Spectrum to capture what is usually not visible to the naked eye.

With a sense of adventure, in 1991 Judy became intrigued by the unpredictable nature of the InfraRed spectrum and began experimenting with InfraRed film, quickly mastering her technique with this material. Judy's Copper Duo-Toned Infra-Red images are uniquely one-of-a kind Art Prints.

To quote photographer, Minor White, "Spirit always stands still long enough for the photographer it has chosen" and "... not a sign, but direct connection to invisible resonance." If a subject makes its grand entrance, then an artist has an opportunity to sense spirit.

Many of Judy's photographs are of mysterious landscapes that express and accentuate her love of the natural environment. Using the InfraRed Spectrum, Judy creates unusual images of ethereal places one could only imagine or perhaps reincarnate to.

Now, Judy edits and refines her images in the computer, using 100% Cotton Rag Paper and Archival Pigment Inks to create Fine Prints that closely resemble her original Copper Duo-Toned InfraRed images.

Judy's black and white duo-toned InfraRed images illustrate her personal view of a spiritual landscape made visible in the InfraRed Spectrum.

Essentially, the view is up to you ... in the eye of the beholder!

Split Rock

Lake Grasses

Oak Pond

Poplar Mountains

Thank you to our sponsors!

Kenneth Meyers
Meyers Investment Group of Baird

Platinum Sponsor


Viewpoint Photographic Art Center is the proud recipient of a SMAC Cultural Arts Award grant.

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(Luminance Level & Above)

Diane Tempest

J.B. Jones

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