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Sean Meyers exhibits faith photos in Statesville

STATESVILLE — Iredell Museums will present The Faith Experience, a series of black-and-white and color photographs by Sean Meyers of Salisbury. The exhibit will be held at the Court Street Gallery, 134 Court St., in downtown Statesville from Jan. 28 through April 1.
The opening reception for the artist is Friday, Jan. 28, from 6-8 p.m. The reception is open to the public, free of charge.
In The Faith Experience, photojournalist Sean Meyers documents traditions of faith, spirituality, and devotional expression throughout the North Carolina Piedmont region.
The exhibit will feature 18 black-and-white and color images that showcase a variety of religious practices ranging from Catholic, Protestant, and Baptist Christianity to Islam.
Sean Meyers lives in Salisbury with his wife, Beth Homan.
For more information, call 704-873-4734 or visit www. iredellmuseums.org.
To see more of Sean Meyers’ work, go to www.photogator.com.

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