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Posts Tagged ‘Photography’
 

 
Homage to Fall by Silke Tyler

Silke Tyler to Host “Evening with the Artists”

Tyler has been a photographer and painter since 1986 with the purchase of her first 35mm camera and studying art in college. "Creative expression through visual art has always been part of me. In my paintings and photography...
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DAC ArtWalk unveils June show and work by Beverly Parker

First Thursday Art Walk will be held June 5 from 5-8 p.m. at the DAC Gallery and the shops and galleries on Public Square, Strawberry Alley and Franklin Street.
by News Staff
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An Atalia Katz Portrait

Atalia Katz praise for photography’s humanity, unique perspective

Atalia Katz, a freelance photographer based in both Tel Aviv and New York City, captures the alluring essence of moments, individuals, and events through her lens.
by News Staff
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DAC hosts third photography exhibit

The Downtown Artists Cooperative (DAC) will launch their 3rd photography exposition with an opening reception on February 6 from 5-8 p.m. with an Awards presentation at 6 p.m.
by News Staff
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APSU’s Susan Bryant studies 19th century photo technique

When Susan Bryant, Austin Peay State University professor of photography, decided to study an antiquated, 19th century photography process, she found herself becoming somewhat of a chemist.
by News Staff
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Spencer's "Baptismal Candidates"

Jack Spencer photography showcased at Frist

NASHVILLE — The work of Nashville-based photographer Jack Spencer  will be on view at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts from July 12 through Oct. 13 in the Center’s Upper-Level Galleries. The first major museum ...
by News Staff
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'Vase of Flowers' by Tess Lankovich

Silke’s ‘Evening with the Artists’ offers world travel scenery

The artists were on hand to meet and talk with visitors. The young, the not-so-young and curious all mingled freely enjoying the exhibit's wonders.
by Turner McCullough, Jr.
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