It’s a simple room; green walls, a bench in the middle, and 32 black-and-white prints lining the walls that make up “Alpine Photography of George L. Kinkade.” But the small collection of his work provides a better sense of the prolific alpine photographer than his few self-portraits ever did.
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A recent UW graduate from the Journalism program, and former Science and Arts & Leisure Editor, as well as staff writer and professional intern. Ready to edit and write news, arts, science, and everything in between. Currently blogger at LexBlog, Pulp Diction, The Capricious Critic's Sandbox, and more! View all posts by Zosha Millman