Wayne County Council for the Arts, 108 W. Miller St., Newark, will present “Developed — Images on Film” by F8 Photo Group on Oct. 19-Nov. 11.
The exhibit will demonstrate film as an art medium still in use today. Having met at black-and-white film photography classes at Flower City Arts Center in Rochester, students and teachers formed the F8 Photo Group and decided to show their work in the Main Gallery at Wayne Arts.
In the work of photographers Hillary Livingston, Jon Merritt, James Northrup, Benjamin Osborne, Jennie Papkin, Angela Possemato, Jobena Robinson and Mark Watts, viewers will see various images and techniques reflecting their diverse interests and visions. All images were shot on 35mm or medium format film, some with specialty cameras, then processed and printed with traditional techniques in the darkroom.
The Chris Fayad Members Gallery will exhibit works by Kaylinda Schuhart. Schuhart has lived in Wayne County for over 20 years. She studied fine art and illustration at Monroe Community College, but considers herself a self-taught artist. She designed, painted and sold work at art festivals, co-ops and gift shops, and her commissioned work includes murals painted in private homes, carousel horses and house portraits. She published “Seasoned Remembered” through Grace publications in 2000, and has had projects featured in painting and craft magazines.
Schuhart works in several mediums, including graphite, pen and ink, watercolor, acrylic and pastel. She is an instructor at the Artstop, and teaches classes and workshops for community centers and local art groups.
A free opening reception is scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m. on Oct. 21. Artists will attend to discuss their processes and artwork.
Wayne Art Gallery is open from noon to 3 p.m. on Thursdays-Saturdays and by appointment. Admission is free.
Call (315) 331-4593, email info@wayne-arts.com or visit wayne-arts.com for information.