A collection of photography by a previous Trenton citizen continues the 2022-2023 exhibition schedule in the Dorris Rider Art Gallery at North Central Missouri College in Trenton. “Photography by Tim Reynolds” is now open and goes through Saturday, May 20.
Reynolds matured in Trenton and finished in 1979. His dad, Rev. Don Reynolds, was the pastor at Tenth Street Baptist Church in the 1970s and 1980s. Tim later served for nearly seven years in the US Flying Force, and he now lives in Kansas City.
“I had the opportunity to travel while I was stationed in Germany,” Reynolds stated. “I was connected! I have not stopped taking a trip considering that. “After he retired from the FAA as an air traffic controller, Reynolds dove deeper into his hobby of photography.
“I got and put down photography sometimes for many years,” he said. “But when I retired in 2017, I purchased a real cam and chose to actually learn to take photos. And I’m still discovering.”
The lower level of the gallery consists of images taken in the United States, while the upstairs features images from all over the world. “Individuals might acknowledge the places in the pictures, but maybe see them in such a way they have not before,” he stated. “My hope is that the images will stimulate a memory, provoke a contemplative thought, or send out folks on a journey of their own.”
All of the art work in the exhibit are for sale. It is asked for that any hanging artwork is left in the gallery until the program closes, but prints in the display rack can be taken at the time of purchase.
The program will likewise be open up until Saturday, May 20. The public is welcomed to a closing reception for the artist on that day from 1:00 -2:30 p.m.
To find out more, please contact Norris at 357-6345 or by email at [e-mail protected] The Rider Art Gallery lies in the Frey Administrative Center on the NCMC school. Regular hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday, along with chosen weekend and evening hours by consultation.