McColloch's photography showcased at South Charleston campus
CHARLESTON -- West Virginia native photographer Sam McColloch uses his vintage cameras and old-fashioned darkroom equipment to turn out black and white photos, which have been compared in artistry to famed outdoor photographer Ansel Adams.
The prize-winning photographer's work is being showcased in a new exhibit, "From Jackson's Mill to Paris: The Fine Art Photography of Sam McColloch" in the library on Marshall University's South Charleston campus at 100 Angus E. Peyton Dr. The exhibit will be up through early August.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.
For hours of operation, directions or other information, phone 304-746-8910.