Now through the end of the year, Craft Coffee Parlor patrons can enjoy not only a great brew but also beautiful, striking photography by McPherson College students.
The eight students featured in the exhibition at the coffee shop – located at 120 N. Main St. in McPherson – are all in upper-level photography courses taught by Ann Zerger, associate professor of art.
Many of the pieces have already been included in major regional exhibitions, including the 5 State Photography Competition/Exhibition sponsored by the Hays Arts Council. That exhibition includes work by both professionals and amateurs from Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma and Colorado.
The student photographers are: Melicia Evans, senior, McPherson, Kan.; Nathan Holthus, senior, McPherson, Kan.; Nick Unruh ’15, McPherson, Kan.; Jessie Neher, junior, Rochester, Minn.; Monica Ewy, junior, Halstead, Kan.; Lora Kirmer, senior, Holly, Colo.; Bailley McKinley, senior, Derby, Kan.; and Adam Porter, senior, McPherson, Kan.
The work will be on display for all to enjoy until Jan. 1.
credit – www.mcpherson.edu