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Student Photography Exhibit and Reception
Posted 04/11/2013 11:27AM


student matting a photo for the photography exhibit

The thoughtful interplay of composition, form and light are featured in a new black and white photography exhibit of work by students from High Mowing School.  The show takes place at the Hilltop Café on Abbot Hill Road from April 19 through May 31.  An Opening Reception will be held on Friday, April 19 from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.  

Mollie Ward '14, Joy Wang '13, Merri McMahon '14, Sorrell Nielsen '14 and Alexandra Adinolfi '14 have been engaged in a year-long, intermediate level course in black and white photography.  Teacher Dianna Normanton says  “in Photography II class, the students have focused on expanding their personal style and vision, and have each created a cohesive body of work.”  The students explore advanced darkroom techniques and experiment with various papers, developers and toners, demonstrating how they affect the artistic qualities of the images.  

Photographer is matting photo
in preparation for the Exhibit




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