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Wesley College Features Photography Exhibit

Wesley College hosted a reception for photographer Robert Gingher on November 29 in the Fluman Gallery located on the third floor in College Center. Gingher specializes in landscape, portrait, still life, and composite shots. His exhibit, the Inmost Light, will be on display until January 10.


12.03.2012

Pictured left to right: Wesley College Voice Instructor Britania Redington, Wesley College Assistant Professor of Music Dr. James Wilson, artist Robert Gingher, Gingher’s wife Susan Mcmullen , Wesley College Vice President of Academic Affairs Patricia Dwyer

Wesley College hosted a reception for photographer Robert Gingher on November 29 in the Fluman Gallery located on the third floor in College Center.
 
Gingher has spent his life loving the art of photography. During his career, he has focused on landscape, portrait, still life, and composite shots. In 2010, Gingher traveled to the Outer Hebrides in the United Kingdom to join fellow American and British photographers for a project. Using resources provided by the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Millennium Trust, the group set out to capture the unusual characteristics of the area in both still photography and film. Gingher’s collection, titled “Light and Stone,” highlighted the rough features of the landscape and its citizens. His exhibit was featured at Greensboro College in 2011. You can view some of the images here.
 
Gingher’s most recent exhibit, “The Inmost Light,” will be on display in the Fluman Gallery until January 10. It features photos taken from places across the globe, including California, South Carolina, the United Kingdom, and Barcelona. Gingher described the collection as a “study of fugitive light.”  The pictures aim to illustrate how “remarkable images are born in the shock of the moment,” said Gingher.