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Photo courtesy of Christopher Knowles

Christopher Knowles is a photographer based in Fort Worth. Using a keen eye he captures honest moments amongst social gathering and private moments with his family. His love for photography began in his college years. That love has grown alongside his knowledge of lighting techniques used for street photography and studio work. He believes that life is to be lived.

The images presented in the exhibition "Buckets" are to portray Knowles’ childhood, which was his the only way to bathe - with a bucket, soap, and an available hand towel. Growing up, in the summer and winter breaks Christopher remembers bathing with a bucket filled with water. To keep the ground from becoming soaked by the hand towels dunked in the water, he and his nephew would place newspaper underneath the bucket. This was their routine, and Christopher thought it was normal.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 25.

Christopher Knowles is a photographer based in Fort Worth. Using a keen eye he captures honest moments amongst social gathering and private moments with his family. His love for photography began in his college years. That love has grown alongside his knowledge of lighting techniques used for street photography and studio work. He believes that life is to be lived.

The images presented in the exhibition "Buckets" are to portray Knowles’ childhood, which was his the only way to bathe - with a bucket, soap, and an available hand towel. Growing up, in the summer and winter breaks Christopher remembers bathing with a bucket filled with water. To keep the ground from becoming soaked by the hand towels dunked in the water, he and his nephew would place newspaper underneath the bucket. This was their routine, and Christopher thought it was normal.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 25.

Christopher Knowles is a photographer based in Fort Worth. Using a keen eye he captures honest moments amongst social gathering and private moments with his family. His love for photography began in his college years. That love has grown alongside his knowledge of lighting techniques used for street photography and studio work. He believes that life is to be lived.

The images presented in the exhibition "Buckets" are to portray Knowles’ childhood, which was his the only way to bathe - with a bucket, soap, and an available hand towel. Growing up, in the summer and winter breaks Christopher remembers bathing with a bucket filled with water. To keep the ground from becoming soaked by the hand towels dunked in the water, he and his nephew would place newspaper underneath the bucket. This was their routine, and Christopher thought it was normal.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through June 25.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.artsfortworth.org/

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