Photographer Burk Uzzle, right, meets with patron, Harriet Herring, to look over a mounted print of “Congregation Ladies” for approval before framing it at Craven Allen Gallery in Durham Aug. 11, 2016. Herring purchased the print to gift to NCMA and it is currently on loan at the Greenville Museum of Art exhibit, “Perceptions and Recognitions: African Americans of Eastern North Carolina.”
Photographer Burk Uzzle, right, meets with patron, Harriet Herring, to look over a mounted print of “Congregation Ladies” for approval before framing it at Craven Allen Gallery in Durham Aug. 11, 2016. Herring purchased the print to gift to NCMA and it is currently on loan at the Greenville Museum of Art exhibit, “Perceptions and Recognitions: African Americans of Eastern North Carolina.” Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Photographer Burk Uzzle, right, meets with patron, Harriet Herring, to look over a mounted print of “Congregation Ladies” for approval before framing it at Craven Allen Gallery in Durham Aug. 11, 2016. Herring purchased the print to gift to NCMA and it is currently on loan at the Greenville Museum of Art exhibit, “Perceptions and Recognitions: African Americans of Eastern North Carolina.” Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

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