Hal Rammel is a Cedarburg-based visual artist and photographer who has explored a wide variety of cameraless and alternative process photography for many decades. In this exhibition, Rammel explores the unique possibilities of stereo photography utilizing his original pinhole cameras and a unique cameraless photogram process of his own invention.
The opening reception is free and open to the public. Hear the artist speak about his work at 5:30pm!
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