It’s A Sailor’s Life For Me
Photo documentary by award winning international photographer, Kathryn Mussallem.
Now showing aboard the Ferryboat Berkeley, in the Compass Gallery.
The collection of 30 photographs, opens on Veteran’s Day weekend and celebrates the Navy men and women who serve. Ms. Mussallem explains her exhibit as “showing these individuals who work hard, play hard and sacrifice for their service and also their families that wait for them to return”.
The exhibit runs through April 3, 2017.
Exhibit included with museum general admissionBook now! General Admission & Family Package.
Kathryn Mussallem bio:
An exhibiting photographer, printmaker and illustrator with work published and exhibited in Canada, the US, the UK and Europe. Recent group exhibitions include New York NY, Minneapolis MN, Saint Remy de Provence France, Leiden Netherlands, London UK and Vancouver BC.
Winner of the Canadian National Prize at the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards.
Recent solo exhibition, Tattoos & Scrimshaw: the Art of the Sailor at the Vancouver Maritime Museum (2013), the Maritime Museum San Diego (2014), the Los Angeles Maritime Museum (2015) and currently at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum.
Receiving her BFA (Photo) and a Master of Applied Arts in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver BC and a Master of Professional Studies in Digital Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York NY.
Kathryn is currently an instructor of photography, digital media and visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in Vancouver BC, Canada.