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Moon Flowers

July 16 - October 15, 2023

The intent of this exhibition is to showcase a project begone in 2014 of digitally imaged photographic work and how it has evolved.



Peter Tilgner

Peter’s work has been shown at the New Jersey Arts Annual ”New Media, New Forms”, Montclair, NJ Art Museum, New York Center For Photography, NYC, Monmouth Museum, Monmouth, NJ, Mpls Photo Center, Minneapolis, MN, Aljira, and City Without Walls Galleries, Newark, NJ, New Orleans Photo Alliance, New Orleans, LA, Montclair State University, George Segal Gallery, NJ, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY, Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY., Ben Shahn Galleries, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ., George Segal Gallery, Montclair State University, Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ, Jadite Gallery NewYork, NY, Praxis Gallery, St Paul, MN., Atlanta Photo Group, Atlanta, GA.,  Pennsylvania Center For Photography, New Hope, PA., Indiana University Art Gallery, Kokomo, IN, and the Museum Of Chianciano Terme, Italy among other places.

Peter has curated exhibitions for the City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ. and the “Cuba Today, Through The Eyes Of Eleven Photographers” exhibition for the Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ., and the LCJ Gallery, Rutgers Center for Law & Justice, Newark, NJ.

Double Pool
Heart Spring
Magnolia Spring
Glory Spring
Crystal Spring

As a photographer I see the world around me as photo opportunities. Subject matter, light, color, and composition are constantly being played out in my mind.


My Moon Flower series was created from a collection of images photographed at the New York and New Jersey Botanical Gardens and the thermal pools of Yellowstone National Park.


As an artist I aim to create new visions of what is possible by merging images of flowers and thermal pools I attempt to tell a story greater than the sum of its parts.  Each work is intended to engage the viewer in a setting consisting of information at once familiar and out of context in the world from which it was drawn thus giving it a surrealistic accent.





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