SEASIDE — The Friends of the Seaside Library are hosting a photography show by Don Frank, “Every Angel is Terrifying,” which will hang in the Community Room and foyer through Sept. 11.

Frank is a photographer who lives and works on the Oregon Coast. His favorite subjects are those that are a bit off kilter, whether it be a place or person. The unusual has always held a special place in Frank’s artistic vision. The combination of his commercial experience coupled with a sardonic worldview have helped him create imagery that has found homes in galleries and collections across the country, including the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colo.

Frank's work is creative and colorful, showcasing the eye he has crafted over his many years pointing his camera at something, at anything. His personal shooting style was described once at an event, "Don is very discreet except when he is up in your face." While many photographers simply observe, Frank likes to participate.

Seaside Public Library is located at 1131 Broadway. For more information call (503) 738-6742 or visit us at www.seasidelibrary.org and at www.facebook.com/seasidepubliclibrary

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