Morris photographer Kathy Bahr stood beside her piece Coneflower Bliss, one of a number of works she has displayed at the Horizontal Grandeur exhibition at the Stevens County History Museum. (Photo: Marshall Hoffman)

22 artists from 4 states are represented in the 12th annual Horizontal Grandeur Juried Art Exhibition on display at the Stevens County History Museum through October 25, which had its opening reception last night. Photographer Kathy Bahr of Morris, who has a number of pieces on exhibition in the show, uses her Nikon camera to find the beauty all around us. She told KMRS that she especially likes taking pictures around her farm at harvest time.

This is the second year Bahr has been exhibited in the Horizontal Grandeur show. The real art in photography, she told KMRS, is not about the equipment you’re using but finding the right places and subjects.

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