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Photographer's first impressions of Oklahoma on display at Adelante! Gallery

None September 16th, 2010

hen I got out here, I found there were lots of really great sceneries to take pictures of," he said.

After compiling his photos and contacting the Paseo's Adelante! Gallery, 3003 Paseo, his new exhibit, "Discovering Oklahoma One Image at a Time" was born. Many of the pieces included in the show are of the state's outdoors, including landscapes and nature, which Fillmore says he found by hopping in the car, picking a direction, and just driving.

"Oklahoma has so much to offer," he said. "You drive for about 50 miles and you're in a completely different region. It's just a lot of fun."

Open now, the exhibit is on display through Sept. 29. For more information, call 525-4039 or visit "”Ta'Chelle Jones

photo Glen Fillmore's "Sunflowers" is on display with his other images of the state's urban and natural beauty.
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