American Farmer exhibit closes
On Tuesday, September 1, the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center will open a new exhibit titled American Farmer. The exhibit showcases the selected work of forty-five images from the collection of photographer Paul Mobley. Mobley set out to capture the soul of the country’s farm communities that highlight enduring rural traditions, family, integrity, close connections to the land, and hard work. The resulting images are a series of stunning portraits of farmers in their local settings, exploring how their day-to-day work affects the greater world. American Farmer will be on exhibit at the center through October 20.
Paul Mobley is an American photographer whose career is grounded in Midwestern roots. The book American Farmer: The Heart of our Country, written by Katrina Fried, contains his photographic portraiture of farmers from thirty-five different states. To learn more, visit www.paulmobleystudio.com/american-farmer-1.