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Can Dickerson

Final Friday art reception January 26, 6-9PM at the Turkish House, 303 E Durham Rd, Cary.

Can Dickerson: “Changed Lives: The Memories of Tractors” photography exhibition

Can Dickerson

“Changed Lives,” the first installment of a trio of exhibitions by Dickerson, features haunting portraits of abandoned tractors and trucks, vehicles that once fed and carried dozens, if not hundreds, of people. Dickerson’s images are a commentary on the passage of time–how it renders obsolete that which was once vital and hard-working–and how people, with their propensity to forget and discard, magnify its effects.

Can Dickerson is a professional freelance photographer based in Durham specializing in portraiture and editorial photography. Her style consists of rich, vibrant colors and energetic communication between her subjects. A native of Turkey, she went to college in Ankara, Paris, and the US. Her multicultural background is reflected in her editorial and portraiture photography.

Refreshments will be served. Free & open to the public.

Additional exhibition viewing times (after the Jan. 26 Opening Reception):

Saturday, January 27, 12-3PM

Sunday, January 28, 12-3PM


 

Final Friday art reception November 24, 7-9PM at Coffee & Crepes, 315 Crossroads Blvd, Cary.

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Show on view through Dec 26.

Free Larry’s Coffee!

“Transition” by Erin Wentz

Recharge your Black Friday with a free cup of coffee. You may even find the perfect piece or a gift of local art. In honor of  #GivingTuesday, Katya is donating 100% of sales to The Fishermen,  a nonprofit dedicated to protecting the lives and well-being of orphaned children and refugees around the world through medical supplies and services.