Panorama Ray Remembered
Thursday August 11, 2016 08:00 PM EDT
From the venue:The late Atlanta photographer Panorama Ray used a century-old panoramic camera to capture what he called â€œLiving Stills,â€ a style and he term he invented. The result created ethereal effects in his work, lending a spooky vibe to his folk art efforts which captured subjects from the Eiffel Tower to members of the Ku Klux Klan in North Georgia. In addition to photography, Ray was a popular local musician during the early â€˜90s and painted. The show opening pays homage to the 20 years passed since Rayâ€™s death with live music, performances, and of course, some of the artistâ€™s pieces on display.