Parks photography on display at Pendragon

— Since 1990, he has been living in the Adirondacks with the wife he met through the amorous influence of Saranac Lake's Pendragon Theater and since 2001, has enthusiastically resumed a decades long affair with photography.

Photographically, the shift from film to digital happened for Burdette in 2001 and he has been diligently working to keep pace with this rapidly advancing technology ever since. Specializing in fine art landscape/nature work, he has had work showcased in numerous juried shows in the Adirondack region (photographs of his were awarded Best of Show in the Art's Council of the Northern Adirondack's 2009 Cover Art competition and an Honorable Mention in their 2011 show) and has been featured in numerous exhibits.

For further information about Pendragon’s gallery or any of the summer offerings, contact the theatre at 891-1854, on the web at pendragontheatre.org or via e-mail at pdragon@northnet.org.

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