Sturgeon Bay, WI (August 26, 2013) – Nancy Prange will be displaying her work at Glas coffeehouse in Sturgeon Bay through the end of September.

Prange became inspired to photograph the natural world while working at Thomas D. Mangelsen's Images of Nature Gallery in Breckenridge, CO. She made a permanent move to Door County in 2007, and used the opportunity to focus on photography, particularly landscapes and recently, on more abstract subjects. 

“I especially like to observe changes that the angle of light makes at different times of the day. I like using the camera's eye because I can use it to arrange the compositional elements to my own satisfaction. The only printing manipulation I employ is a modest amount of cropping,” said Prange.

Glas showcases the work of a new artist each month and is currently seeking artists for 2014. Those interested can email Tammy VanDenBusch, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., with photos of their work. 

Glas, the green coffeehouse, serves as a community gathering space at both its Sheboygan (924 N. 14th St.) and Sturgeon Bay (67 E. Maple St.) locations. Glas and its buildings feature various green elements in effort to reduce stress on the environment. The coffeehouse provides exceptional coffee, loose-leaf tea, espresso drinks, food items, live music on select days and free Wi-Fi. To find more about events and specials, visit