Dyas’ photography featured

Sandy Dyas, a lecturer in Fine Arts at Cornell College, will have work featured by The Center for Fine Art Photography in its latest exhibition.

Sandra Dyas' "Radiant Child"

The Center for Fine Art Photography’s exhibition, Black and White, will be on display in the Center’s gallery from Aug. 27 through Sept. 25. Forty-five photographers representing China, Iceland, New Zealand, Switzerland and the United States will be exhibiting their work in the Center’s gallery. There will be an artists and public reception on Friday, Sept. 3 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Dyas’ photograph, “Radiant Child” will be featured in the exhibit and was used in the center’s news release.
Andrea Modica, an internationally renowned fine art photographer.

Founded in 2004 to promote and support the art of photography through exhibitions and educational programs, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit organization supported by donations, grants and memberships. The Center currently has more than 1,300 members representing 33 countries worldwide. With two galleries, classrooms and a digital and traditional darkroom in Fort Collins, Colo., the Center’s online gallery gives photographers and photography enthusiasts from all over the globe an opportunity to engage with the Center. For more information about the Center, including information on workshops, membership and exhibitions, please visit the website at www.c4fap.org

To see more of Dyas’ work, visit www.sandydyas.com