Charleston photographer Deborah Herndon will be opening her first solo show, “Details” at The Purple Moon on Thursday, December 17th.
Herndon’s exhibit draws from photographs primarily taken in Southern France and examines the small details frequently overlooked.
“The history and culture of a place is often reflected in the details,” Herndon said, “it is there that you discover the nuance of the scene.”
Deborah Herndon is a fourth generation West Virginian, graduated from Marshall University and holds a Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University and a J.D. from St. Louis University. Her work has been judged into Allied Artists of West Virginia, Tamarack (Artisan Center) and the Allegheny Highlands Arts and Crafts Center in Virginia.
“Details” opens on Thursday, December 17th, with a reception with the artist from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Purple Moon, 906 Quarrier Street in
Downtown Charleston. The exhibit runs through January 30th.