Photography exhibit at UZRC

By on April 18, 2018

The work of self-taught photographer Michael Hower will be on display at the United Zion Retirement Community art gallery through the end of April.

Five years ago, after picking up a digital camera for the first time, Hower fell in love with the medium and rediscovered a passion for art that he hadn’t felt in years.

His work focuses on historical themes. His photography portrays human objects and structures in modified environments now devoid of human activity. His work conveys themes of wear, deterioration, and nature’s reclamation of manmade environments via architecture and landscape. Hower’s works document the place-seeking journeys he has taken and showcase the process of learning and discovering our collective heritage.

Hower’s artwork will be on display and available for purchase at the gallery, located at 722 Furnace Hills Pike (Route 501). The gallery is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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