Photography Exhibit at the Eagle Point Library
Local artist Bobbi Murphy, who lives along the Upper Rogue River near the Table Rocks, has an exciting exhibit of her abstract and representational photography in the Eagle Point Library. The exhibit can be seen during Library hours. A reception is planned for Saturday, May 18th from 2:00 to 4:00 PM in the Library meeting room.
Included in the Library exhibit are ten landscape images that she has taken on her travels through Southern Oregon, Alaska and the Palouse region of Washington. There are also portraits of Native Americans in Powwow regalia.
Bobbi uses the camera as a tool to explore the world around her. The camera challenges her to isolate and distill scenes into simple, powerful images that communicates the essence of what she sees.
She uses her camera to explore new places and new experiences. Through her photographs she catches light, color and shape to find the ‘hidden’ picture in a scene.
Bobbi has perfected her photography skills by attending the Rocky Mountain School of Photography and by participating in professional workshops and classes. She currently exhibits at The Photographers’ Gallery at the Ashland Center.
Bobbi can be contacted at bobbimurphyphotography.com and [email protected]