Michael Farrell

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Michael Farrell practices the traditional craft of photography using large-format cameras and lenses, developing his own black-and-white negatives, and making enlargements in his darkroom or in color through digital scans and inkjet printing. His works spans the genres of landscape, still life, and nudes. He has had a professional career in documentary film and television production with many award-winning nationally and internationally distributed programs during his forty-five years in public broadcasting. He is a recipient of the Nebraska Arts Council’s Individual Artist Fellowship in Visual Arts. His various one-person exhibitions have been included consistently in the top ten art events of the year by the Lincoln Journal Star.

 

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