Gallery 30 will host panoramic photographer James O. Phelps during the First Friday reception on July 5 from 5:30-8pm. Also on hand will be author Ronald Kirkwood signing copies of his newly released book, Too Much for Human Endurance: The George Spangler Farm Hospital and the Battle of Gettysburg.
Phelps, who specializes in capturing and artfully rendering 360 degree panoramic photographs, will be on hand to discuss his process and demonstrate his equipment. A variety of his Gettysburg-themed 1/7 ratio (height to width) panoramic photographs will also be on display and for sale, including “The Angle" a commemoration of the Copse of Trees used as the landmark for Pickett's Charge. Gallery 30 has been exclusively representing Phelp's work for over a decade.
“Too Much for Human Endurance” introduces readers to heretofore untold stories of the Spanglers, their farm, those who labored to save lives, and those who suffered and died there. They have finally received the recognition that their place in history deserves.
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