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Whatever the focus, November’s Healing Arts exhibition brings clarity to nature

Dr. Bill Lutin, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, puts his photographic talents on display in this month’s Healing Arts exhibition.

Though the images of his current show were taken with a digital SLR, the award-winning photographer got his start in photography 45 years ago, taking scientific and medical photographs back in the days of wet chemicals and silver-based prints.

The vibrant images currently on display are a result of multiple exposure images combined with Giclee printing on canvas – or dye infusion printing on anodized aluminum. The metal prints in particular have a unique surface that gives a glossy, sharp, colorful look without requiring protective glass.

The Healing Arts program, organized through the Office of Volunteer Services and Engagement, brings the work of local artists to the gallery located on the second floor of the medical center on the way to the Children’s Hospital.

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