Carson High photo students’ exhibit at the Brick

Installation image of Keira Jacobsen’s series, ‘Me Through Your Eyes.’

Installation image of Keira Jacobsen’s series, ‘Me Through Your Eyes.’

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Thirteen of Carson High School’s photography students have their work in “Photo Finished” at the Brick, 108 E. Proctor St., in Carson City.

The exhibit will run through March 14. The Brick is open to the public, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to noon, 1-4 p.m. A video tour with artists’ interviews will be online soon.

Participating students include Jose Avina, Kylie Carrigan, Tyler Currier, Ella Dooley, Ethan Hendee, Keira Jacobsen, Zach Laaker, Eli Locatelli, Jamie McGee, Alex Nerska, Lorrell Service, Angel Vega, and Emily Walker-Candia.

Avina focused on portraits; Carrigan tells a personal saga through images; Currier presents a street life series; Dooley used backlighting to silhouette black and white images of animals; Hendee aimed at various landscapes; Jacobsen‘s series of close-up portraits asks viewers to see “Me Through Your Eyes”; Laaker comments on abandonment; Locatelli gives photos of abstract symbols; McGee portrays various states of anxiety; Nerska photographed local rodeo events; Service created landscape portraits; Vega created black and white compositions of used cigarettes; and Walker-Candia celebrated Carson High’s cheer leaders.

This show is another in CCAIs ongoing series of student exhibitions in the Brick.

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