A few years ago, Normand Charlette started a program he calls Be Inspired! You may interpret one of his photos in the medium of your choice. When Norm displays his photos in a show, he will display a photo of your work with your contact information alongside his matching photo. This is an amazing opportunity for exposure, at no cost or trouble to you! For more information, email Norm. Click here for the complete instructions.
Emilie Beckwith's watercolor interpretation (left) of Norm's photo Southeast Light (right). This lighthouse is located on Block Island at the Mohegan Bluffs.
Laura Kinlock's pastel interpretation (left) of Normand Charlette's photo (right) Tidal Grass.
Teresa Harrington has provided her interpretation (left) of Norm's photograph Northern Vermont Vistas (right).
Bonnie Lindland's interpretation (left) of Norm's photo Lititz Home. While vacationing in Lititz, PA, he found this scene just a few houses away from the quaint Bed & Breakfast where he was staying.
Emilie Beckwith's interpretation
of Norm's 2012 photo. Normand wrote: "The barn was located in Glastonbury on Hebron Avenue and shortly after the photo was taken I discovered the structures had been torn down, a fate suffered by many barns now due to neglect."
Janet Heller's watercolor interpretation (left) of Normand Charlette's photo (right) Calm Reflections.
Donna McMahon's interpretation of Norm's photo Three Amigos (in inset).
Carolyn Emerson's watercolor interpretation (left) of Norm's photo Pike's Market (right).
Susan Aitner's pastel interpretation (left) of Norm's untitled photograph (right).