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Homegrown: Central Florida Photographers

Snap Orlando's local photographer showcase

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Homegrown: Central Florida Photographers

Orlando Museum of Art
2416 N. Mills Ave.
407-896-4231
snaporlando.com
$8

The Central Florida portion of the Snap Orlando sprawl hangs at Orlando Museum of Art through May 27. Local photographers took on the “Urban Wild” theme to stunning result, with prints representing locales as far-flung as Thailand, India and China's Three Gorges Dam – and as close to home as Parramore. Last year's more local focus is missed, but the Picturing My Florida exhibit hanging in an adjacent gallery scratches that itch. Don't miss Brooks Potteiger's large-scale digital prints of Kenyan Masai tribesmen, Yatin Patel's delicately sketchy scenes of Bombay printed on handmade paper, or Brian Carlson's brightly hued social-documentary portraits set in an Orlando trailer park.

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