Photography by photo teachers

TrammellwithFlag.jpgOn June 6, an exhibition will open on the Miracle Mile of pictures taken by Los Angeles high school and college photo teachers. When do we get to see their work? They devote themselves to helping their students create memorable images, and too often their own talents go unappreciated, says Tracey Landworth, founder of Creative Photography Workshop and Gallery.

This is her first exhibition at the new space across from LACMA at 6022 Wilshire Boulevard. She also offers classes for all levels of photographers. Landworth will donate 25% of the sales price on any photo to P.S. Arts, which is dedicated to restoring arts education in public schools.

This image, by Gail Brown of Valley College and L.A. City College, is of a tour guide named Trammell at the Watts Towers.


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