Here are a few shots from exhibitions I've done over the years. I don't have all of the photos on my computer. When I first started working here, I burned lots of CDs to free up space on my hard drive. USB drives hadn't been invented yet. For a brief time I created Zip disks because THAT was going to be The Future....but I digress.
Anyway, some of these are awfully blurry -- either from our old camera or my false idea that I could hold the camera steady enough without a tripod. But you get the idea.
You can also see the evolution in design as I've gotten new equipment. We've upgraded the lighting, built new walls, and now print panels on a plotter -- in full color! I could not have dreamed of such a thing when I came here in October 2001.
It's amazing how many different ways you can make one space look!
(By the way, the white walls on the exterior of the gallery entrance are from when that space was the Historical Hall. We painted it and installed The Stark County Story in 2009.)
And now, in no particular order, here are some Keller Gallery Door Shots:
|Broken Down Heroes|
|Footloose and Fancy Free: Canton in the Roaring Twenties|
|A Doll's World|
|Aspectations by Su Nimon|
|Life in Miniature|
|A Secret Gift|
|A Stitch in Time|
|The Victorian Age|
|Mentioning the Unmentionables|
|Celebrate the Sixties!|
|Hearth & Home|
|The Sheila Markley Black Collection|