"In my three areas of interest - Urban Scenes, Still Life and Landscapes - I use traditional photography and natural lighting to capture the images and moods that are presented to me. When I connect with a particular place, I try to capture the feeling of the space and to preserve it through my lens. I serve as a sensitive recording plate, preserving that moment. Shooting by natural light I wait for the brief moment when the arranged objects are illuminated by sunlight creating pattern of light and shadow."
Bo Kass has work in the private collections of: Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford . CT, .Tyco International, Baruch College , The City University of New York, Slater Mill Historic Site, Pawtucket , RI . Her work has been entered and accepted into open juried shows throughout Connecticut , New York , Rhode Island and New Jersey . The following are a few of the art associations where work was exhibited: Perkins Center for the Arts, Monmouth Festival of the Arts, New Jersey , Silvermine Guild Arts Center , Connecticut , The Pen and Brush, Inc., Salmagundi Club, New York , NY .
Recently a photo (Wooded Path) was selected by the office of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) for display in his Providence office and is on loan for the year. Another photo (Battery Park) was selected to be part of a traveling exhibition that was displayed in Fraunces Tavern in New York City and at the Zeeuws Maritiem Muzeeum Vlissingen, Netherlands . She has served as juror for the Mystic Art Association (CT) and the Salmagundi Club ((NY). Her work has received many awards. The following are a few of the most recent: SCNY 1 st Prize in the 2011 Special Presidents Exhibition for Photography and Graphics, Honorable Mention in the Annual Black and White Exhibition and SCNY 1 st Prize in the Sylvia M. Glesmann Floral Exhibition at the Salmagundi Club.