Published on January 8th, 2021 | by University Communications0
Gallery features photography of adjunct faculty member
During January, our Virtual Art Gallery will feature color photographic works by James P. Hughson, an adjunct instructor of photography at University Campus and an alumnus of Saint Leo. This particular exhibition features pieces that explore various ways of seeing and manipulating light from Christmastime displays. It reflects the artist’s fascination with finding patterns and details.
This exhibit differs from work the community has seen before from this artist, as he mainly works with black & white film and prints the images in the darkroom, creating unique art. He enjoys nature photography and traveling, and has previously shared work drawn from those sources of inspiration.
For the last 26 years at Saint Leo, Hughson has been teaching two photography courses: Beginning Photography and Advanced. His classes are taught every semester and are usually filled to capacity. He has guided many students to discover their artistic talents.
To enter the virtual gallery, use this link.
For further information, please contact Pamela DeCius, associate chair of the Department of Language Studies and the Arts, at email@example.com.