The ‘Local Lens’ exhibition at the Depot Gallery, featuring the work of 11 local photographers, opens on Friday

Included within the present was this picture of convicted serial killer Gary Michael Hilton taking a look at an area photographer in April 2008.

By Kay S. Pedrotti

Opening with the standard 6 p.m. to eight p.m. reception on January 20, it’s the newest exhibition on the Depot Gallery that includes many photos of Barnesville and its residents by native and regional photographers.

Contributors embrace Aleni Barkley, Bob Barber, Invoice Chamberlain, Eduardo Cordon Blu, Walter Geiger, Janet Graham, Stef Parker, Sara Preston, Jessica Traylor, Josh Varnadoe and Lora Watson. Affiliate curators are Dorothy Carter, Angela Preston and Eleanor Stecker.

Scenes on show will embrace streets, properties, landscapes and skyscapes, church buildings, residents, colleges, sporting occasions, and different native and regional pursuits.

Geiger, editor and writer of The Herald Gazette, delved into some poignant crime scene and “reside” sports activities pictures. “I’m proud that my work is on show, I actually am,” he mentioned.

Invoice Chamberlain of Zebulon is understood for his black and white work within the area. Cordon, a customer right here from Guatemala, was thrilled to {photograph} the world, together with an area soccer sport, and is Andreas Romero’s nephew.

“Seeing our area by way of the eyes of our attendees – the Native Lens – is an actual deal with,” mentioned Angela Preston. “We invite anybody who enjoys a great picture to take a look at these digital camera artists.”

Stecker added that the present will proceed till Sunday, March 12.

Be aware: Lamar Arts supporters typically obtain postcards asserting upcoming reveals. The whirlwind that swept by way of Griffin made that inconceivable for this present.

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