My Exhibits at the Edgewood Heritage Festival 2015

Edgewood, Fall, Festivals, Fine art photography, Heritage Park, Photography

In case you missed it, and also by request from some of my guests, these are my exhibits that I presented at the 39th Edgewood Heritage Festival, November 14th, 2015.

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They are all framed and ready to hang in various dimension, but also available in customized size if requested. Most of them are local, taken in Edgewood and surrounding areas. One of the exhibits was taken in one of my favorite cities, New Orleans.  Thank you to all who had come and enjoyed my work. See you again soon, hopefully!

 

Majestic Texas Sky | Frame 16x20 | Giclee Print 11x14

Majestic Texas Sky, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 16 x 20 | Print 11 x 14

 

Magnolia Leaf by Ine Burke-1

Curves of Magnolia Leaves, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 16 x 20 | Print 11 x 14

 

My Northeast Texas Series |IB-4

Coca Cola, Mineola, Tx | Frame 11 x 14 | Print 8 x 10

 

My Northeast Texas Series |IB-3

Moon Pie & RC Cola, Ben Wheeler, Tx | Frame 11 x 14 | Print 8 x 10

 

Mill Creek 1

Mill Creek 1, Edgewood & Fruitvale, Tx | Frame 18 x 24 | Print 11 x 17

 

Mill Creek 2

Mill Creek 2, Edgewood & Fruitvale, Tx | Frame 18 x 24 | Print 11 x 17

 

Rainbow over Pecan Tree

Rainbow over Pecan Tree, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 11 x 14 | Print 8 x 10

 

My Northeast Texas Series |IB-2

Dog Town, Canton, Tx | Frame 11 x 14 | Print 8 x10

 

My Northeast Texas Series |IB-1

Texan Theatre, Athens, Tx | Frame 11 x 14 | Print 8 x 10

 

Shadows of Medicine Bottles

Shadows of Medicine Bottles, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 14 x 18 | Print 8 x 10

 

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“A” Frame on Mill Creek, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 12 x 16 | Print 8 x 12

 

Golden Rods

Golden Rods, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 12 x 16 | Print 8 x 12

 

Triptych Cypress Tree -150106

Triptych of Cypress Tree, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 12 x 16 | Print 8 x 12

 

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Magnolia by Ine Burke-2

Magnolia Blossom, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 12 x 16 | Print 8 x 12

 

Ine Burke | Lime Green

Lime Green, French Quarter, NOLA | Frame 17 x 20 | Print 11 x 14

 

Accorn & Nut 12x12 S | Ine Burke-1-2

Accorns & Nuts, Edgewood, Tx | | Frame 16 x 16 | Print 12 x 12

 

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Sunrise 2, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 11 x 11 | Print 8 x 10

 

Pine Cones in Frame

Pine Cones, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 11 x 14 | Print 8 x 10

 

County Road in Frame S

County Road, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 16 x 20 | Print 11 x 14

 

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Freshly Cut Hay, Edgewood, Tx | Frame 16 x 20 | Print 11 x 14

 

All photographs are © Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

 

 

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Second Week of Spring – Red Bud Blossoms

Countryscape, Edgewood, Nature, Photography, Spring

Native red bud blossoms appearing from among limbs and branches in surrounding woods.  They get bolder and bolder each day.  The yellowish sprouting tree leaves and big blue sky only add contrast to the pink-magenta blossoms. ~ Edgewood, Texas

Red Bud Tree 2015 |IB-1 Red Bud Tree 2015 |IB-3 Red Bud Tree 2015 |IB-4 Red Bud Tree 2015 |IB-5 Red Bud Tree 2015 |IB-6 Red Bud Tree 2015 |IB-7 Red Bud Tree 2015 |IB-18Photographs © 2015 Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

My Small World

Countryscape, Edgewood, Nature, Photography, Winter

This is not Point Reyes, nor is it Sumburu Wildlife Park. This is my small world where the dog watches the sun and moon face to face in mornings.  This is the land where the pruned grapevines bask in the sun, with possibilities of getting freeze the next day or so.  This is a warm February morning in East Texas.

Hank watching in morning | Feb 2015-3 Moon in morning | Feb 2015-2 Vineyard in morning | Feb 2015-1Photography © 2015 Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

A 7 a.m. view from the front porch

Countryscape, Edgewood, Nature, Photography, Skyscape, Winter

A January , 7 a.m., morning view from the front porch.  These subjects with the same point of view have been photographed over and over in different lights, time, and season. Just can’t get enough of them.

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St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans

Architecture, Beyond, Beyond Upper East Texas, Black and White, Fine art photography, Photography, Travel

This is one out of three St. Louis Cemeteries, the oldest surviving cemeteries in New Orleans.  It was established by Royal Spanish Land Grant in 1789.  The St. Louis Cemetery No.1, at the corner of St. Louis and Basin Street, was originally twice its current size and located outside of the city limit. All the graves are above-ground vaults which believed to protect the bodies from flooding and was also a common practice adapted by French and Spanish culture.

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The sky-scraping New Orleans city skyline against down-to-earth tombs of St. Louis Cemetery No.1.

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The cemetery is adorned with fascinating memorial sculptures, monuments, and statuary.Ine Burke | St Louis Cemetery-1

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The tallest monument in the cemetery belongs to The Italian Mutual Benevolent Society.  The tomb has space for a thousand remains for the society members.  It is a way to lower the fund of burial for individuals.

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Some of notable citizens of New Orleans were buried here.  The most visited now is probably what is believed to be the tomb of the Voo Doo Queen, Marie Laveau, who was rested in her family tomb.  The tomb is covered with cross marks put by people who believe that it will make Laveau’s spirit grant a wish. The living family members consider this as vandalism.

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“OMNIA AB UNO” – all comes from One-  is engraved on this pure white 9-feet pyramid tomb belongs to actor Nicolas Cage for his future final resting place. The plot was purchased in 2010.

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The Adams Family tomb (the white one).

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A tomb with different finish.

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Iron works at the cemetery adapt fleur-de-lis and cross elements.

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New Orleans skyline meets the cemetery’s gate.Ine Burke | St Louis Cemetery-16Photographs © 2015 Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

All photograph is available for individual print purchase.

The Streets of French Quarter, New Orleans – Part 1

Architecture, Beyond, Beyond Upper East Texas, Black and White, Photography, Travel

Who doesn’t need a vacation.  A recent trip to the French Quarter, New Orleans, satisfied my ‘appetite’ for street and people photography.

Ine Burke - NOLA PPL-1 Napoleon Building, Chartres and St. Louis St.

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Ine Burke - NOLA PPL-2 B is for “beignet” – Cafe Du Monde, Decatur and St. Ann St.

~Ine Burke - NOLA PPL-3The gate to historic French Market, Ursuline Ave. and N. Peter St.
~Ine Burke - NOLA PPL-4 Between the first and second section of the French Market, a stall keeper blends in with an art installation.

~Ine Burke - NOLA PPL-5“$ Starting artist trying to pace along $” the sign says – Somewhere in French Quarter

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Is it Johny Depp? – Somewhere in French Quarter

~Ine Burke - NOLA PPL-7Royal St.

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Photographs © 2015 Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

Either Side of the Bridge

Black and White, Edgewood, Fruitvale, Nature, Photography, Upper East Texas, Winter

Standing on the 2-year-old concrete bridge, these are what you will see in winter.  Tangled vines, limbs, and branches. And barren trees. The bridge is one of many that crosses over the Mill Creek in Van Zandt County, Tx.  This particular one is connecting Edgewood and Fruitvale.

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Fruitvale < | > Edgewood

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BW CR by Ine Burke 2015-4From the bridge, the county road meanders towards Hwy 19, Edgewood

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Photographs © 2015 Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

Winter on the Edge of the Piney Woods

Countryscape, Edgewood, Nature, Photography, Upper East Texas, Winter

A triptych (3 panels) approach is used to present this common scenery of branches and limbs in a winter in East Texas. Old wet plate and eroded film look were applied.  Just another play on “On the Edge of the Piney Woods” photo series.On the Edge of the Piney Woods Triptych© 2015 Ine Burke | inegaleri.com

A Wine Jug and a Pomegranate

Edgewood, Photography, Still

The red Lenoir filtered the sunlight that came through the kitchen window. Bright red light beamed throughout the kitchen.  Stars shining on the edges of the one-gallon glass jug and a pomegranate next to it. Just another interesting morning in a kitchen in Edgewood, Texas.

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The Dancing Trees – A new book by Ine Burke & Harold Burke

Edgewood, My Graphic Work, MySpread, Photography

THE DANCING TREES

Photographs & Words

A new book by Ine Burke & Harold Burke

To be released on November 9th, 2013, at the 37th Edgewood Heritage Festival.

TDT Cover 2013

THE DANCING TREES
Photographs and Words

Photographs by Ine Burke
The Dancing Trees brings together nine photo essays capturing objects normally seen, and some unexpectedly found, in a rural farmstead and in old downtown Edgewood, Texas. It’s simply about the things that we treasure and respect. Care and love. Discover and research. Or just the things that we enjoy doing.

~ Ine Burke

Words by Harold Burke
The words are inspired by Ine’s beautiful photographs, and by our simple life on the farm in East Texas with our wonderful daughter, Alafair. And our dog, Hank.

~ Harold Burke

Book description
Hardbound Case / 8”x10” / 94 Pages / 9 Chapters /
68 Color and Black-and-White Photographs / 22 Poems

November 2013

Edgewood, Texas

Contents
About
List of Photographs and Words
Chapter I: Artifacts
Chapter II: The Barnyard
Chapter III: Edgewood
Chapter IV: The Garden
Chapter V: Horses
Chapter VI: Hunting
Chapter VII: The Dancing Trees
Chapter VIII: Patterns in Nature
Chapter IX: Alafair

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