Adele Hinkley

Photographer brings year of travel to show

Hinkley's travels include New Mexico, Colorado

Adele Hinkley will be showing her latest work in a photography exhibit at Ranger Station next month.

The show, Travels with Adele – A Year Through Her Lens, opens with an artist’s reception on October 2, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

In April 2010, Hinkley, a long time resident of the Fraser Valley, began pursuing photography professionally.

In October that year, she attended a National Geographic Expeditions Workshop at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops in New Mexico. Before returning home she traveled throughout Colorado. Upon returning to Canada, Adele explored Saskatchewan and Manitoba. She then moved to Invermere for the winter, where she worked as a photographer at Panorama Ski Resort. This past summer Adele worked in the same capacity for Fort Steele Heritage Town and lived in Kimberley.

Adele is presently studying Digital Arts and New Media at Selkirk College in Nelson.

For more information on the show, phone 604-796-2723. The Ranger Station Art Gallery is open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., at 98 Rockwell Drive in Harrison Hot Springs. To see some of Hinkley’s work, or read her blog, visit travelswithadele.blogspot.com.

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