Friday, November 2, 2012

"Photographing the Landscape"

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"Photographing the Landscape" at UALR
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"Photographing the Landscape" at UALR

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The exhibition “Photographing the Landscape” at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Fine Arts Center has been shortened a week, so here's a heads up: You've got until Nov. 29 to see the work of photographers Jay Gould, Frank Hamrick, Chad Smith and Luther Smith. The four represent the landscape in both visual and technical ways.

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