The art exhibit at Oak Ridge Public Library for the month of October is a collection of black and white photography created by Jeff Tidwell.
Mr. Tidwell first became involved with photography at a young age, when he would assist his father in the darkroom at Webb School. He works with 35mm, medium format, as well as digital photography. In addition to fine art photography, Mr. Tidwell has captured memories of weddings, special events and is skilled in black and white photo reproduction. He currently operates Tidwell Images Photography and offers digital studio portraiture.
He loves the idea of capturing a moment in time and letting it tell its own story. This exhibit features striking portraits and showcases the strength of dancers.
Please visit the Oak Ridge Public Library during the month of October to view the wonderful photographs that are on display.
About Oak Ridge Public Library:Oak Ridge Public Library is located at 1401 Oak Ridge Turnpike. The library serves a community of nearly 30,000 and features a Children’s Room with special programming as well as an extensive archive facility with materials dating back to the early days of Oak Ridge and the Manhattan Project. You can reach them at (865) 425-3455.