Monday, January 7, 2019

Artist in the library: Gerald Garrett photographs

Gerald Garrett began dabbling in photography in 2005.  He spends many hours traveling the back roads of NM taking photographs.
He is particularly interested in animals, old churches, old trucks and trains

Garret is a true New Mexican, born in Clovis 1938 and grew up in Tucumcari. He received his BA and Masters degrees from Western NM University. A teacher and coach for 13 years in NM, then 22 years in California, he retired in 1996 moving to Capitan with his wife, Pat.  Pat Garrett has been the Capitan Public Library director for the past 20 years.

Come by the library the next couple of months to see Garrett's photography.  All are matted and for sale at $15 each. Below are three photos Garrett entered in the Corona Days Photo contest.  
Claunch Church, 1st place in category at Corona Days Photo Contest
Grand Prize at Corona Days Photo Contest

A category winner in the Corona Days Photo Contest

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