Samford University Library hosts a Photographic Exhibit: "American Birds" by Nancy Kerr.
The photographs are showcased on the main entry level around the grand staircase.
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Nancy Kerr is a photographer who brings her skills as a watercolorist to the camera lens.
Her love of the outdoors has led her to the challenge of photographing birds in their natural habitat.
She has shot bird photographs in five states during 2004: Alabama, Florida, Colorado, Tennessee and
North Carolina. She has participated in photographic workshops led by George Ritchey of Birmingham,
Byron Jorjorian from Tennessee, and Tom J. Ulrich from Montana.
Nancy studied at the Silvermine School of Art in Connecticut, and she studied watercolor
painting with George B. Sutherland, a well-known New England artist. She holds a Bachelor’s degree
from the University of Michigan School of Music and a Master of Music degree from Converse College in
Spartanburg, South Carolina. She was a violinist in the Alabama Symphony for four years.
Ms. Kerr is a member of the Shades Valley Camera Club, Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers and Photographers,
and the North American Nature Photography Association. She is a resident of Vestavia Hills, Alabama.
Limited edition prints of the bird photographs in the exhibit may be purchased: 8X10 and 11X14 prints
are available by special order. Please contact Nancy at VLNI@aol.com.