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Three Cameras - One Show
On Exhibition: December 9, 2016 - January 12, 2017
Photography by




"Route 66 Dice" by Lori Biehl. 

About Photographer Lori Biehl
Lori Biehl is one of the best up and coming photographers in the St Louis region. Her ability to find the story in any situation has earned her a growing following. From night photography to travel photos to county fairs to rodeos to fire belching drag racers Lori brings an artist’s eye to everything she photographs. Her techniques run from journalistic to the raw urban street grunge of Steelfest. 
Lori is the official photographer for Harpole’s Heartland Lodge and has had her hunting photos featured in a national hunting magazine. Lori also is an accomplished commercial stock photographer and has won several competitions in this category. She has had several of her images exhibited in juried art and photography shows.
Racing is one of Lori’s passions and she photographs go-kart racers, drag racers and thoroughbred horse racers with style and excellence. It was a casual meeting at Fairmount Park that brought Lori and Molly and Bill Coatney together. From there they have become good friends and often loan each other equipment, as well as offer advice and encouragement to each other. 
Learn more about Lori Biehl.

"1880 Train with Storm Coming In" by Molly Coatney.
About Photographer Molly Coatney:

Molly Coatney is as comfortable sitting in a mudflat photographing shorebirds as most people are sitting at home watching TV. She also is adept at focusing in on the small world of insects. Her fascination with trains, transportation and junk yards is leading to more adventures with her camera. Her vision runs from the subtle beauty of the natural world to the rusty beauty of times gone by. Molly has had many of her images accepted in juried art exhibitions and shows.
Learn more about Molly Coatney

"Moving Up on the Leader"
by Bill Coatney. 
About Photographer Bill Coatney:
It is only natural that her husband Bill Coatney would find the world of birds (especially in flight) to photograph. His life as an outdoorsman has led him to chase everything from shorebirds to the bison of the Black Hills. Several outdoor publications have sought him out for his waterfowl photos. He has often donated prints for outdoor organization fundraisers. His technical knowledge and artistic eye has helped him acquire honors in regional, national and international competitions. He believes that there is always something to photograph, even if it is the small birds that visit your bird feeder.
Learn more about Bill Coatney.

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