“Hope in all things” encapsulates the feel of Feinstein photo exhibit


grandmother with a cameraBeginning January 28, the Baldwin Photographic Gallery presents photographic works by Gloria Baker Feinstein.

“Hope in all things” features images from several ongoing series created through Feinstein’s impassioned life in photography. All the works – some in color, some in black and white, some made with film cameras, some made and manipulated digitally – share an underlying sensibility and quality of hope encouraging the viewer to embrace the promise of wonder, time and innocence.

The artist will hold a lecture on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 6:30 p.m. in the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building, Room 103. A reception will follow in the gallery.


Gloria Baker Feinstein

Feinstein, a fine art/portrait photographer based in Portland, Oregon, was born and raised in Kentucky. She earned her Master of Arts in Photography and Graphic Design from the University of Wisconsin in 1979 and opened a gallery soon thereafter. Her work has been included in exhibitions across the country and can be found in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, the High Museum of Art, the Center for Creative Photography, the University of Kentucky Art Museum, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center/University of Texas at Austin and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Feinstein’s photographs are published regularly in The Sun Magazine and New Letters Magazine. Book titles include From the Heart: A Mosaic of Memories, Among the Ashes, Convergence and Kutuuka. She is the founding director of a nonprofit organization called “Change the Truth,” which since 2007 has provided assistance and opportunities to Ugandan children affected by war, poverty and disease.

The Baldwin Photographic Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. when classes are in session. For more information, please go to baldwinphotogallery.com or click Gloria Baker Feinstein.

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