Photography 2015! A Featured Photography Exhibition at the Redmond Library

The Friends of the Redmond Branch Library present an exhibition of fine art photography which features seven Central Oregon photographers whose works were accepted into our annual Juried Exhibition in 2014. Kay Larkin is the featured artist in the Silent Reading Room thru January.

Photography 2015! thru February 13


The Photography 2015! exhibition is an annual event for the Redmond Branch Library. Continuing a tradition begun last year, the Friends Art Committee will highlight the works of specific photographers.

The featured photographers for 2015 are Tessa Bailey, Shandel Gamer, Connie Hanson, Deb Moquin, Wendy Beth Oliver, Leland Pershall and Timm Picknell. Photographs by other regional photographers will fill the remaining areas of the library.  In all, over 70 photographers will be on display.
A portion of the art sale goes to the Friends of the Redmond Branch Library which supports, among other projects, library programs.


The Redmond Branch Library is located at 827 SW Deschutes Ave. Library hours are Monday – Friday: 10am–6pm, Tuesday: 10am–8pm and Saturday: 10am–5pm.
Shandel Gamer
CHANGING LIGHT, WESTERN LANDSCAPES A Solo Photography Exhibition by Kay Larkin

Kay Larkin is the featured artist in the Silent Reading Room thru January.


Enthusiasm for art and photography led Kay Larkin to take many photography classes. Her career in Biology and use of photo-microscopy continued her photographic training. During this time, many of Larkin’s images were published in scientific journals and thousands were utilized for clinical diagnoses.


By nature, Larkin is an experimentalist who incorporates the use of shallow-depth of field and slow shutter speeds to convey impressions. Larkin likes to explore the relationships of subjects and their shadows and other optical phenomena. In particularly the photographer enjoys making panoramic images as a way to draw the viewer into the scene and convey a sense of space. Larkin states that her artistic inspirations are most linked to the late 18th and early 19th Century Luminist painters.


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