May 22 – June 20, 2020
An Uncolored Point of View explores the myriad features of manipulated black and white photography. The focus conveys boldness and subtlety. Viewers can view, compare, and develop their own interpretations.
Perry first began experimenting with a point and shoot digital camera 10 years ago. Her photographic journey has encompassed nature, objects, and architecture. Her passion resides in abstractions and how everyday objects and architectural details can be transformed into intriguing, illuminative works of art.
The exhibit is in the Corner Gallery.