This exhibit represents three generations of Hoxies as photographers and artists. George Richmond Hoxie (1907-1984) opened his studio in the late 40s to become a well known Oxford and Miami portrait photographer and artist, submitting his artwork worldwide and gaining significant recognition. The selection of original photographs covers his many years, styles and themes…all in black and white.
Beth Dornan Hoxie became an artist-photographer in 1977 after marrying George’s son, Monty. Her photographs represent her love of black and white including themes from travel, botanicals, and landscapes. She is including several color prints of her more recent work.
Alex Hoxie, grandson, and son, is a Detroit based photographer and cinematographer. His work represents his love of portraiture and cityscapes, some with creative digital applications.
This exhibition runs March 9 through April 6th and will be the featured art of OCAC's The Art of Black and White Gala