Local photographer Charles Hite's art to be showcased at Columbia Metropolitan AirportWednesday, October 29, 2014
Local photographer Charles Hite’s art to be showcased at Columbia Metropolitan Airport
(Columbia, S.C. – October 2014) Charles Hite Photography is pleased to announce a two-month exhibition at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport this holiday season. Opening November 3, the exhibit features nearly 40 original photographs of Midlands scenery and local sites. Hite’s photography will be on display for all arriving and departing airport guests through December 31.
One of six 2-D artists selected for the inaugural year of this rotating exhibit, Hite is the only photographer. In addition to the standard framed photos on display, Hite’s larger pieces were expertly framed by two inmates at Walden Correctional Institution on Broad River Road, Columbia, S.C., in the Prison Industries Frame Shop.
This exhibition is organized by the Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties, in partnership with the Columbia Metropolitan Airport. Over 60 Midlands visual artists submitted work for committee consideration; six 2-D and six 3-D artists were ultimately selected. These rotating exhibits will be on display in the security checkpoint hallway through early 2015.
For more information and to contact via email, please visit www.charleshite.com