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TU students to hold photography exhibition Wednesday

Two upper-level Thomas University students will share their photography work during an art exhibition and reception at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the TU Library on the Forbes Campus.

Kimberly Mariea Duncan Alderman is a junior Humanities major from Thomasville. She is a 2013 graduate of Thomas County Central High School.                          

“From the beginning when I first started going to TU, the goal was to take as many photography classes as I could,” Alderman said. “ART 382 (photography class) was just another step in which I knew I could excel more in my photography that I do outside of the college. For two years now, I have done amateur photography on the side and I have loved every step of the way to improve.”

Alderman said that she’s developed as a photographer through the courses she’s taken at TU.

“What I hope people would take away from viewing my images at the exhibit would be to see the same improvement I have seen in myself,” she said. “The theme for these sets of images are ‘Colors on Passions.’ Instead of matting and framing the way everyone normally does, my goal was to show the ‘Outside of the Box’ aspect of photography.”

Raymond Appiah is a senior Interdisciplinary Studies major originally from Ghana in West Africa who now lives in Tallahassee.

With his photography, Appiah takes a simple approach.

“I want people to appreciate the power of color vs. black-and-white images,” he said.

The exhibit is open to the public. There is no admission charge.

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