The Eternal Gift: Photographs by Robert Langham December 7, 2012 – March 8, 2013

Ship Rock © Robert Langham

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November 19, 2012                                    Tammy Cromer-Campbell 903.236.4686

 The Eternal Gift: Photographs by Robert Langham

December 7, 2012  – March 8, 2013

 We are ringing in the holiday season with East Texas’s own photographer Robert Langham. We will be exhibiting his body of work titled, The Eternal Gift.  We will exhibit 25 various sizes of silver gelatin and platinum/palladium prints. The Eternal Gift opens Friday, December 7, from 5 – 8pm during ArtWalk, Downtown Christmas and Downtown Market. We are located at 207 N. Center St. in downtown Longview, and online at This year, be original give the gift of art.

Robert Langham is a native Texan.  For 40 years he has photographed East Texas and other subject matter that called him.  He continues to work with film and produce prints in a darkroom.  He is a teacher at Tyler Junior College and the National Trophy Individual Senior Rifle Champion.  His images are produced on Borealis Press Notecards and in museum and private collections.  He is the author of “The Blackfork Guide,” available at  He blogs at Blackfork and Robert Langham.

Bird, hand © Robert Langham

Turtle, cup, post © Robert Langham



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Tammy Cromer-Campbell photographs commercial, executive portraits, people, places, and things. Her first book was published by UNT Press, Fruit of the Orchard | Environmental Justice in East Texas. She is currently working on the film documentary that originates from Fruit of the Orchard. Her studio/gallery is located in downtown Longview, Texas and on the web at
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