Photographer Larry Ferguson is an internationally known artist whose work has been exhibited in more than 400 galleries and museums. His black-and- white and color images of landscapes, cityscapes, portraits and figure works are widely purchased by galleries, museums, private individuals, and corporate collectors, with his work included in the public collections of the Joslyn Art Museum, The Society for Contemporary Photography (Kansas City, MO), The Library of Congress, and the Centro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo, A.C. Manuel Alvarez Bravo Collection, Mexico, among others. Ferguson’s work has been featured in exhibitions at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, the Art Institute of Chicago, Joslyn Art Museum, Sheldon Art Museum and the Museum of Nebraska Art. A recipient of the Bemis Center’s Community Artist Fellowship award, the artist had a one-person show, “Antarctica: Journey & Destination,” there in 2006. Ferguson has also been a recipient of an individual Artist Fellowship from the Nebraska Arts Council and from the Mid-America Arts Alliance-National Endowment for the Arts. Ferguson serves as Chairman of the Omaha Public Arts Commission and is a passionate advocate for arts in the community. His work is represented by Modern Arts Midtown, Omaha, NE and Kiechel Fine Art, Lincoln, NE.