The Rankin Art Gallery is exhibiting “Surprising Narrative,” photography by Andy Snow, through Friday, Dec. 14.
“This exhibit lets you view and possibly create your own narrative,” said Diane Cleland, Rankin Art Gallery assistant to Carrie Weis, the director. “There is a variety of subject matter in this group of 36 color photographs.”
Snow’s work ranges from experimental to straightforward and consists of portraits,
architectural, decorative, travel and corporate pieces, she said.
“Andy’s work represents the talents and skills of a successful, commercial photographer,” Cleland said. “The pieces in this show are from places such as China, France, Ireland and even his own backyard, near Dayton, Ohio. His work may inspire our students to explore photography.”
Snow served as an artist representative on the board of Dayton Visual Arts Center in Ohio, as well as a visual arts director at the Dunbar Institute. He teaches advanced photography workshops at the University of Dayton.
Snow, a Princeton University graduate, has worked for a wide variety of clients, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Walgreens, Black Enterprise, Newsweek and TIME.
Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
For more information on the Rankin Art Gallery, visit: http://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/othersrv/art_gallery/index.htm
For more information about Snow, visit: http://www.andysnow.com/index.html
Last updated: 12-03-2012