Artist Lecture by Melinda Hurst Frye

Friday, May 19, 2017 - 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Evans Library L1326
The Daniel J. Evans Library presents an Artist Lecture by Melinda Hurst Frye, an incomplete survey of the natural world as photographic subjects. The talk will include Melinda Hurst Frye’s inspirations, history, and work process. Hurt Frye will be bringing caterpillars and butterflies, giving us the chance to checkout some small critters from the extravagant world beneath our feet. In Hurst Frye’s words, “The surface is not a border, but an entrance to homes, nurseries, highways and graveyards.” Melinda Hurst Frye is a Seattle based exhibiting artist, working in themes of implied environments and shared experiences within the still life aesthetic. Her current work, which illustrates the mystery and activity of subterranean ecosystems was featured on Humble Arts Foundation and WIRED photo, and may be seen in various upcoming solo and group exhibitions throughout the Northwest region. Melinda Hurst Frye holds an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is a dedicated member of the Society for Photographic Education. Hurst Frye teaches photography at the Art Institute of Seattle, holds occasional workshops and is an artist member of CORE gallery in Seattle, Washington.

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