A selection of photographic prints by MMW instructor Terry Abrams will now greet patients and visitors at the W.K. Kellogg Eye Center at the University of Michigan.
The Center, which on March 1st opened the brand-new Brehm Tower to expand the university’s capacity for eye care, research and education, recently purchased thirty of Abrams’ prints for permanent display in public areas and patient rooms throughout the building. Dr. Paul Lichter, director of the new building, personally visited Abrams’ studio to select the prints, which include both color and black & white images of landscape and architectural subjects.
This fall, in preparation for conducting a 2011 college photography course, Abrams will travel to Turkey on a grant from the Turkish Cultural Foundation (TCF). During his trip, Abrams plans to travel, photograph and study in Istanbul as well as in smaller villages in the south and east of the country.
Terry Abrams is an experienced teacher and photographer, and since 1990 has taught at Washtenaw Community College and The University of Michigan.
This summer in Rockport he teaches B&W Digital Photography June 27-July 3; Introductory Digital Photography July 4-10 and August 1-7; and From Lightroom to Photoshop August 8-14.