Since opening in November 2015, Ansel Adams: Before & After has drawn more than 28,000 visitors to the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. Due to its popularity, the exhibition is now extended through April 3.
This display features 23 original photographs by Ansel Adams along with various works of 26 predecessors, peers and photographers working today.
The museum also opened a new touchable sculpture exhibition – Michael Naranjo: The Artist Who Sees With His Hands. Though blinded in 1968, Naranjo is now considered one of the greatest Native American sculptors living today. The exhibition is open through July 3.