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This month, Sedalia artist Faith Bemiss is exhibiting a retrospective of photos titled “Into a New Era” in the Liberty Center Loft Gallery, 111 W. Fifth St.
Faith and Roy Bemiss
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allan Bemiss, of Sedalia, will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary with a reception, held by their children, from 4 to 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at Art Impressions Gallery and Framing in Sedalia.
“Garden Ballet,” made from professional slide film, is one of Bemiss’s earlier photos during the 1990s.
“Swan Lake,” a pastel by Bemiss, was created by referencing one of her photos taken with professional slide film.
“Prairie Pump” is a digitally layered photo that was taken at the Tall Grass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas in 2011. It was selected for the 2012 “MO 50” at the Missouri State Fair.
Faith Bemiss is a member of Sedalia Area Mothers Against Methamphetamine
For the record, I want to say I understand the stance of those who need pseudoephedrine HCI (PSE) and oppose it being made a prescription drug. I, too, use it and need it for chronic sinus/allergy problems.
The Bemiss family.
My husband, Roy, and I are from the Baby Boomer generation; all of our children are grown, had moved out, had their own place and the “nest” was empty.
Faith Bemiss, a local writer and photographer, has been selected to read her poetry at the Poetry Filibuster at Prospero’s Books in Kansas City.
War is never beautiful, it is never glamorous and when your child is enlisted Armed Services during wartime it’s especially difficult for a mother.
Many people know Pat Ives as the co-owner of Patricia’s Mexican and More Restaurant, but what they don’t know is why she came to Sedalia or why she loves to cook.
The poem “Little Boo Boo Walks” by Faith Bemiss, of Sedalia, has been published in a academic textbook “Methamphetamine: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Solving the Problem,” published by Methodist University School of Public Affairs, of Fayetteville, N.C.
“State Fair Nights,” a digitally enhanced layered photo, was taken by Bemiss in 2011 at the Missouri State Fair. “I went out there to try to get some nighttime exposures for a Lifetime Learning class I was teaching last fall,” she said.
“Hot Pepper Mania,” a photo abstract, was created by using a digital camera with a slow shutter speed and camera movement. To make the piece even more abstract, Bemiss manipulated it further in Photoshop.
“Fides est Victor” is an abstract photograph by Sedalia artist Faith Bemiss.
State Fair Community College recently purchased Sedalia artist Faith Bemiss’ “Fides est Victor.” The piece was on display during the summer’s Sedalia Visual Arts Association exhibit at the Goddard Gallery.
Sedalia photographer Faith Bemiss has 50 nature photographs hanging as a permanent installation at the new Sylvia G. Thompson Residence Center unit for skilled and dementia care at 3333 W. 10th St. in Sedalia.
Art by Faith Bemiss.
Sedalia photographer and writer Faith Bemiss and Sedalia author Becky Carr Imhauser will be at a meet-the-artist event from noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Copper Wolfe Deli, 420 S. Ohio Ave.