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I See London, I See France

Sarah Wizemann

Posted on November 07 2011

I See London, I See France

Have you confirmed your appointment yet for this weekend? Our schedule is filling up, so act fast to guarantee your spot! This Friday's event roster will also include a photo exhibit for North Carolina native, Lindsey Marla Lynch, who studied art and photography at NCSU, the Center of Documentary Studies at Duke University, and Penland School of Crafts. Lynch has been living in Portland since 2009, acting as producer at Straub Collaborative and exhibiting at galleries around the city through her own company, Lindsey Marla Photography. Her photographs have been published in Pregnancy Magazine, National Geographic and Our State Magazine. She captures not just her surroundings, but the feelings and emotions evoked at the time—memories made possible by visual representation. "I See London, I Ssee France," is a hand-processed and printed photo exhibit inspired by the beauty and strength in the women who surround her.

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