Photography by Everett Community College graduate Craig J. Barber will be on display Jan. 17 to Feb. 10 at EvCC’s Russell Day Gallery.
Barber, of Seattle, is known for his use of antiquated photography processes, including pictures shot with a homemade cardboard pinhole camera. His platinum prints, made by a monochrome printing process, appear deeper and richer than modern photo development.
Visitors are invited to meet Barber at a public reception 12:30-2:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19.
Barber has had more than 60 solo exhibitions worldwide in his 20-year career and credits his EvCC art instructors in 1976 with giving him the courage to pursue his artistic dreams.