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My Sister’s Gallery welcomes, “Mé lange” A Photography Exhibit

Archie C. Curry and John Ejaife have their photography skills displayed at My Sister’s Gallery at the Episcopal Church Home. Archie Curry’s photography journey has been an evolutionary one. It began with a career at Eastman Kodak and developed further by joining the Kodak Park camera club. Over the years, his work has appeared in local art shows such as, churches, sororities, fraternities and school fundraisers. During his employment at the Rochester Urban League, he was the official photograph with his work being shown in their monthly newsletters.

John Ejaife is a retired surgeon, born in Nigeria who attended college in England and Scotland. He has lived in Rochester, NY since 1971. Mostly self-taught, John learned to hone his skills by joining the Camera Rochester photography club and Image City Photography Gallery critique group.  He has had many exhibits at Image City Gallery, Barnes and Noble and some local Nursing Homes. John does not have a specific genre, he believes that all things bright and beautiful, the Lord God made them all and has such are worth capturing.

To make purchases from My Sister’s Gallery at The Episcopal  Church Home, please contact Diane Cotton, Gallery Coordinator, at 585.546.8439 ext. 3102 or at cotton@EpiscopalSeniorLife.org

 

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