Fruits of his labor

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Fruits of his labor

Open Shutter shows a mix of Williams’ work and play
Photographer Jimmy Williams stands in front of some of his photos in the “Tuscany Landscapes” exhibit at Friday’s opening reception at the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue.
Artist Jimmy Williams speaks with Christine Rasmussen, left, and Michelle Clark-Smith of Durango on Friday night at Open Shutter Gallery.
Jimmy Williams photographed blues singer Bishop Dready Manning and his wife, Mother Marie, at their Roanoke Rapids, N.C., church. The photos is part of the “Music Makers” collection, now on display at Open Shutter Gallery.
If you go

The Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave., presents “Tuscany Landscapes” and “Music Makers” by photographer Jimmy Williams, through Sept. 22. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday with extended hours on the weekends. For more information, call 382-8355.

Fruits of his labor

Photographer Jimmy Williams stands in front of some of his photos in the “Tuscany Landscapes” exhibit at Friday’s opening reception at the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue.
Artist Jimmy Williams speaks with Christine Rasmussen, left, and Michelle Clark-Smith of Durango on Friday night at Open Shutter Gallery.
Jimmy Williams photographed blues singer Bishop Dready Manning and his wife, Mother Marie, at their Roanoke Rapids, N.C., church. The photos is part of the “Music Makers” collection, now on display at Open Shutter Gallery.
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