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By Wendy Shapiro
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From photos, to oysters, to photos again

Bill Whitbeck finds a home at Graphite Arts Center

 

Last updated 12/8/2022 at 11am

Wendy Shapiro

Bill Whitbeck develops photos the old-fashioned way at Graphite Art Center. But he still uses a computer.

Bill Whitbeck has quite a story to tell. He also has thousands of negatives and slides to prove it. As I sit down with Bill in his studio space in Graphite at Second and Main, he tells me how it all began.

"It's always been photography. When I w...



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Reader Comments(1)

Deborah Arthur writes:

What a great story. I would love to hear about Bills adventures. What an exciting life he led it seems to me. Many of us of this age remember Kent State very well. I have all my old photos from 50 years back all catalogued by year in little bags and I love to go back and remember all of those times. I wasn't at Kent State but we all have memories we cherish and those reminder in print are priceless. I can't wait to meet Bill. I am so happy he is in Edmonds now with us.

 
 
 

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