Saturday, March 17, 2012

Blue-Eyed Knocker photo show

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Photo by Dauphne Trenholm
  • Photo by Dauphne Trenholm

The color of the day may be St. Patrick's green, but it's the Blue-Eyed Knocker Photo Group that will be the center of attention tonight at Gallery 26, which will hold an opening reception for its new exhibition from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., with music by the Staggering G8z.

Nineteen photographers are showing 170 photographs, many produced in the darkroom, according to the teacher of many in the Knocker group, Rita Henry. On exhibit will be original handmade silver gelatin prints, authentic Polaroid manipulations, long-exposure digital images and iPhone photographic art.

The BEK group includes Cynthia L. Adams, Darrell Adams, Gail Arnold, Ann Ballard Bryan, Tony Bliss, Mary Chamberlain, Susan Crisp, Betsy Davis, Susan Ebel, Eric Estes, Lynn Frost, Rachel Green, Tammy Harris, Bud Holloway, Jamusu, Casey Sanders, Dauphne Trenholm, Margaret Wang and Rachel Worthen.

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