Photography of Terri Ulbrich at Wheatfield Library through June
From flowers to covered bridges to hot air balloons, Terri Ulbrich sees the beauty in everything around her through the lens of her camera. Family and friends depend on this talented photographer to capture special events on film, and Terri never attends special occasions without bringing her camera along.
The Wheatfield Library is happy to invite our community to enjoy the photography of Terri Ulbrich throughout the months of May and June as a variety of her photography collection is showcased on the library’s Art Wall.
Terri, a resident of Hebron, Indiana, is self-taught in the field of photography, and began taking photographs with a Polaroid Camera, graduating to a 35 mm camera when she was in her teens. She takes photos of a variety of subjects, and has now begun working with a digital camera. In 2011, Terri had her first gallery show and continues to enjoy displaying her photography in a variety of venues.
Photography is Terri Ulbrich’s passion; don’t miss the chance to view the original works of this talented member of our community.
If you have an art or photography collection that you would like to display on the library’s Art Wall, contact the Wheatfield Library at 956-3774.