Images to ‘bean’ with the alphabet

     (NWPR-OH) – His philosophy (excerpted) that deals with his artistic forum is: “We all see the world differently and that’s something that should be celebrated. Photography allows me to exercise my creativity while producing meaningful images, unique…perhaps even finally reveal to them a special quality that others have always seen.” 

Is an A or a H? See the show

     “The ABC’s in Lima: An Exhibition of Photography”  with works by Jason Bowers will go in view Friday, February 4 in the City Club from 5:30-9:30 pm during the Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center’s Wine & Jazz gala.

     During the opening, one of the works in the Lima collection will be raffled. In addition, reprints as well as the entire 26 photograph gallery will be available for purchase, with a portion of the proceeds going to the VMCC Foundation Board.

     Incorporating the ABC’s, the show will be feature 26 photographs of scenes and architecture around Lima and will remain on view in the City Club through May.

     For more information, call 419-224.5222. The Veterans Memorial Civic & Convention Center is located in downtown Lima, Ohio.





     After graduation in 1998 from Bowling Green State University, where he received a BS in Journalism, Jason Bowers worked as a photographer for several newspapers as well as freelanced. “I discovered that I truly enjoyed working for myself. This education and real world experience prepared me to develop my style, particularly wedding photography.” Along with his candid photojournalistic approach, he also incorporates various contemporary artistic elements. Throughout his so-far career, “I’ve had opportunities to photograph so many interesting people, places and events and for me, it’s hard to imagine doing anything else. I feel truly blessed to have the opportunity to do what I enjoy for a living.” For more, see

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