Connie Publicover's work with water drop photography reveals the beauty she has found, and continues to find, in a drop of water. One can hardly imagine the beauty and complexity that can be held within a tiny drop of water. She chooses to work with moving water, encapsulating refractions and reflections as the drop falls.
Born in Nova Scotia, Connie was one of the first photographers to embrace working with refractions in free falling water drops. Her work is admired by fellow photographers and artists.
Connie created seven water drops images between 2008 - 2016 that were displayed in Times Square, New York City, as Kodak’s Photo of the Day, chosen from worldwide submissions. Her work is internationally known and her story on how and why the water drop became such a big part of her life was featured in the February 2012 issue of Saltscapes Magazine.
Connie continues to create new techniques to showcase the amazing qualities that she finds in a single drop of water. Her most recent body of work has been with mirrored images and she is currently working on a technique using broken reflections.
Selected History of Public Presentations and Career Highlights
December - Xmas 2018 Count down Exhibition & Sale
November -Spirit of the Sisterhood 2018 Sheet Harbour NS
October- Beyond First Impressions , solo exhibit -Gallery 1919 Halifax NS
October - RISE ,Team Works event, exhibit, Halifax NS
September - Hardware Gallery Kentville NS
August - Port Midway Lighthouse Show Port Midway NS
July - East Wind Gallery in Mahone Bay NS
June - "Entrepreneurship Market & Craft Fair" Halifax Convention Centre,NS
May - Saltwater Soul Living ~ A Lifestyle Market Musquodoboit NS
February - Gallery@Craft East - Halifax, NS
January - NewPoints at ViewPoint Gallery - Halifax, NS
December - Members Holiday exhibit - ViewPoint Gallery - Halifax, NS
November - “Canadian Colours” exhibit - Canso Area Library Resource Centre - Canso, NS *
August - “Canadian Colours” exhibit - Henley House - Sheet Harbour, NS *
July - “Canada 150” exhibit - ViewPoint Gallery - Halifax, NS
July - “Canadian Colours” exhibit - Insight Gallery - Dartmouth, NS *
May - Membership at ViewPoint Gallery - Halifax, NS
April - Presentation on water drop photography for Image Makers Photography Club - Truro, NS
March-April - “Canadian Colours” exhibit - Gallery Nineteen Nineteen - Halifax, NS *
March - AMI TV interview for “Canadian Colours” exhibit - Gallery Nineteen Nineteen - Halifax, NS
March - CBC TV interview on “Canadian Colours” exhibit - Gallery Nineteen Nineteen - Halifax, NS
May 9-27 - Exhibit in the Town of Truro Art Acquisition Show - McCarthy Hall Gallery, NSCC Campus - Truro, NS
March 25 - Connie’s “Guysborough Lighthouse Drop” was chosen as the Kodak Photo of the Day and was displayed in Times Square, New York City by Kodak.
August - “The Beauty of Water and Glass” exhibit - Winding River Art Gallery - Stewiacke, NS
March - “Water is Key” exhibit - McCarthy Hall Gallery, NSCC Campus - Truro, NS
August - Connie’s “Cape Forchu Lighthouse Drop” was chosen as the Kodak Photo of the Day and was displayed in Times Square, New York City by Kodak.
Commissioned to do 14 large-scale pieces of work for Embassy Suites hotel lobby in Orland, Florida.
April - “After The Rain” exhibit - Corridor Gallery - Halifax, NS *
August - “After The Rain” exhibit - GGGallery - PEI *
May - Connie’s “Nursery Drop” was chosen as the Kodak Photo of the Day.
Global Water Dancers use one of Connie’s images to help promote their cause: clean water for all.
September - Exhibit in Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre - Saint Andrews, NB
April - Connie’s “Water World” was chosen as the Kodak Photo of the Day.
May - Connie’s “Water Dancer” was chosen as the Kodak Photo of the Day.
March - Connie’s “The Great Speckled Drop” was chosen as the Kodak Photo of the
Beyond First Impressions
Water Drop Gallery