Architecture graduate student Igor Kraguljac (pictured above) traveled to Fort Collins, Colorado, to exhibit his photographic images at an art gallery there. Kraguljac's trip was underwritten by the College of Architecture, and he expressed his gratitude for their support by wearing a Texas A&M t-shirt throughout his visit to the gallery.
Kraguljac's work was featured at the juried Fantasy and Fantasies exhibition at the Center of Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins from Jan. 12 through Feb. 17. In addition to the gallery exhibit, his work has been selected for a special exhibit at the Denver airport.
Kraguljac is an international graduate student majoring in visualization studies in the department of architecture at Texas A&M. His photographs have previously been shown in galleries in the United States and Europe.
The Center for Fine Art Photography is a non-profit organization whose mission is to showcase the work of leading and emerging photographers and to educate the public about the collectible value of photographic art. The juror for the Fantasy and Fantasies show is Grace Norman, the center's exhibitions director. Forty-nine photographers from Italy, Israel, Romania, Great Britain, Canada, Ireland and the United States were chosen to display their work at the show.
Igor Kraguljac stands next to his entry in the exhibition
"Lost Portrait" by Igor Kraguljac