Centralia College is kicking off fall quarter with a new art art exhibit in Washington Hall.
Through Oct. 24, the photography of Lisa Kohlmeier is on display. Kohlmeier is a classroom aide in the college’s Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program, a state-funded preschool program on campus. She is also an accomplished artist and photographer.
“My passion for photography, and the pleasure of creating these images, comes in many forms. As an artist, I am unconventional,” she said of her work. “I have no agenda, I have no particular theme, and I tend to make my own rules!”
Her inspiration comes from many sources and she tends to let moments define themselves.
“Photography is a means, for me, of capturing this life in its many forms of light, and to create art from its gift. A moment in time- captured for eternity,” she said.
The gallery in Washington Hall features a rotating collection of art exhibits. Admission is free and open to all.