SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Local photographer, Randy Bacon, is currently being featured at the Springfield Art Museum.
Bacon’s ‘the road I call home’ is a photography exhibition that brings attention and empathy to our community’s homeless population.
This exhibit features 45 new large-scale simple, direct, and casual studio portraits of homeless individuals living in Springfield.
Each portrait is accompanied by the subject’s personal story of homelessness.
To see ‘the road I call home’ you can join a scheduled tour or call the museum and request your own guided tour.
This exhibit is open now through February 2020.