April 18, 2013
- Chris Sutton - Photography
- Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
- Location: Leslie F. Malpass Library, Garden Lounge
- Description: Since the early 1990s Chris Sutton has used photography to capture his unique perspective on the landscape. As a geographer, Sutton views the natural environment not only as the manifestation of physical processes but also the canvass upon which human activity is expressed. Beginning as a “hobby photographer” Sutton has evolved his interpretation of the landscape as viewed through the lens of the camera.
On Thursday, April 18, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Leslie F. Malpass Library, Garden Lounge, Sutton will share his digital photographs of a wide range of physical and human environments, from the subtle beauty of west-central Illinois to the expansive vistas of the mountain west. His photography represents the interpretation of the features that reflect his vision of geography as art and art as geography.
This presentation is part of the Art and Self Perception event series. Questions may be addressed with the Library Administration Office at 309-298-2762.
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