Portrait of an American Town


If you grew up in Upper Arlington, Portrait of an American Town will bring back fond memories.  Exhibiting in the lower level of the Municipal building, and open to the public from 8 am to 5 pm every day, I encourage you to visit the work to take a stroll through time.

“Pictures begin with words and end with words…Photographers, amateurs and professionals alike, have much in common.  They understand that there is no such thing as an ‘instantaneous’ photograph.  Each is a discrete sample, a ‘decisive moment’ of time which can never be exactly reproduced again, but which capture both the way we were, and often the way we want to be”. Contributors Alfred Clarke, Julius Foris and Robert W. Wagner.


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