Kenner Bush of Athens, Ohio has been interpreting the landscape in black and white as an amateur photographer for over 30 years.
He has participated in a variety of photography workshops in New England and on the west coast -- two with the late Fred Picker of Vermont, three with John Sexton of California, and one with Bruce Barnbaum of Washington.
Converting to digital in 2011, Kenner continues to work in black and white and with relatively small prints. He uses the same presentation and print format as in the past with film and gelatin silver prints.
Kenner is a regular exhibitor in juried and invitational group shows at The Dairy Barn Arts Center in Athens. He has had exhibits at the President’s Home, Ohio University, Athens; Kennedy Museum of Art, Ohio University, Athens; Esther Allen Greer Museum Gallery, University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande, Ohio; Markay Arts Center, Jackson, Ohio; Blackrock Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming and Holzer Clinic Community Gallery, Athens.
While the American West and the rural setting of his native Southeastern Ohio have been favorite places to work, more recently he has focused on still life at home in Athens.