The Society is currently closed do to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, thanks to the artist’s generosity, the show has been made available on the internet (https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wathovuduozejc3/AABnkfvDAdKzlcY816RZ0Xaea?dl=0).


Jim Rhodes is a local amateur photographer who has been taking photographs since the early 1970s. His favorite subjects for photography include animal and nature photography, people, and travel in both color and black and white.  His current major interest in photography is doing portraits in a formal setting. Most of the photographs in this show were taken with a digital camera although a few where scanned from old 35mm color slides.  Jim uses a Pentax DSLR with various lenses and, for editing, he uses the Adobe program Lightroom.

Jim is a retired environmental engineer who worked for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources up until he retired in 2014.  He is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania but he also lived in Virginia between 1985 and 1987. He has been an active member of the Ethical Society since 1991. He is married to Stephanie Sigala and they live in Webster Groves.

This show will run from March 13 through April 26, with a reception on Sunday, March 15, 12:30 to 2:30.