Dublin School: Putnam Gallery features work of David Mosher Long
Photographic counterpoint of nature and culture
An exhibit of unique photography by artist David Mosher Long is on display at the Putnam Gallery at Dublin School through Dec. 18.
The photographs featured at the gallery juxtapose cultural artifacts and natural objects in an effort to combine exaggerated detail with off-kilter surrealism.
Long studied photography at Bennington College, Rhode Island School of Design and Purdue University. He is also a 2006 recipient of a Connecticut Commission on the Arts Artists Fellowship.
His work has been shown in numerous venues, including The Gallery at Firehouse Square in New London, Conn., and the PhotoPlace in Middlebury, Vt. Long is currently an associate professor of photography at Manchester Community College in Connecticut.
The exhibit will be open until Dec. 18. For more information, call 563-8584.