Women's "f4 Studio" photo art on display at Murfreesboro's Center for the Arts

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Four women from differing backgrounds, but with a common passion for photography, are displaying their work at the Center for the Arts gallery at 110 West College Street in uptown Murfreesboro now through January 30th.

The women of “f/4 studio” in Nashville say they have a shared interest in exploring new places and a readiness for adventure fueled by their origins in different regions of the United States. Sandy Burr, Renee Lowry, Sharon Brown Christopher and Sue Henry include in their list of professions graphic designer, court stenographer, school music teacher and bishop.

They investigate the same subject from the tiniest detail to the grandest view. This is done while on photo shoots together. Each individual work is influenced by their camaraderie. As they come up with photographic images, they believe stimulate the imagination and stir the heart.


The exhibit is open in the Center gallery from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Tuesday through Friday; and 10:00AM to 5:00PM Saturday.  The Center for the Arts is at 110 W. College St. in downtown Murfreesboro. Admission to the exhibit is free. 

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