For the month of February, local and well-known artist, Stan Sherer had his work featured in the A.P.E. Gallery on Main Street of Northampton. Stan is known for his eclectic work and beautiful black and white photographs from all over the world during his many years as a photographer. More recently, Stan was inspired by the scientific findings of the late Dorothy Wrinch. Stan's wife, Marjorie, discovered some of her early lantern slides in the basement of Smith Science Center. Stan was instantly inspired and began experimenting. "Printographs", he called them, which was also the title of his exhibition, is the combination of contemporary digital photography and printmaking in new forms. Stan is taking his knowledge of traditional photography and joining it with photography more common today. He's leaving the "darkroom" and entering the light.
"It's not often that you find something with your hand that says, do something with me"