EXHIBITS

  
 

Tyler County photographer William Tallman to exhibit at the Francis Creative Arts Center in New Martinsville on Sunday, July 16 from 2pm to 4pm.

 

ArtsLink’s Summer Exhibit Series continues on Sunday, July 16, with an exhibit by Tyler County photographer William Tallman. The free show is from 2pm to 4pm at the Francis Creative Arts Center at the corner of Maple Avenue and Washington Street in New Martinsville. Light refreshments will be served, with thanks to West Virginia Northern Community College.

William Tallman is a seventeen year old photographer from Tyler County who has graduated from Tyler Consolidated High School. He recently completed two series, "Dilapidation of Appalachia", which is a 2-D photography series and "Industrial Wasteland", a 3-D sculpture series. He is currently working on producing a B&W photojournalism magazine, titled "Growth 'N Decay". For the past two years, his work has been featured in the Media Arts and Design Fest at West Liberty University. Last year, he won the Jurors Choice Award at West Virginia Wesleyan College in an exhibition show. He received First Place for the Artist Tree Exhibition at Parkersburg Art Center this year for a 'Dada' inspired Christmas tree.

ArtsLink is committed to providing universal accessibility wherever possible. Persons with special needs may contact Donna Earley at 304-455-2278 to request assistance. Financial support for ArtsLink activities is provided by The City of New Martinsville Parks & Recreation Commission, West Virginia Northern Community College, W E T Z/ W Y M J Radio, Ohio Valley Online, and the Wells Inn. For more information, please call 304-455-2278.
 
  
   

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