MEMPHIS — An exhibition of photographic portraits entitled “Face It Memphis!” opens in the Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery at Christian Brothers University on August 15 with a public reception, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The exhibit will be on display through October 2, 2104.
The exhibition of portraits by Memphis Camera Club members contains 106 photographs of the faces we pass each day and sometimes don’t even notice — a study of everyday people in Memphis, children and adults, happy, pensive, sad. All are executed in black-and-white and printed as 24 x 24 inch squares.
Artists represented in “Face It Memphis!” are Beth Behm, Bill Belus, Steve Copen, Paula Cravens, Saj Crone, Beverly Hammond, Saji Madapat, Patty McLaughlin, Becky Ross, McRae, Mike Neal, Paul Nolte, Patricia Possel, Tom Richey, Uttam Shah, Patti Smith, Rog Spahr, Quinn Strother, Mary Stubbs, and Joe Sullivan.
Photographs above are by (l-r) Uttam Shah, Beverly Hammond, Patty McLaughlin, and Rog Spahr.
More information is available at www.cbu.edu/gallery.