It’s that time of year again when Navasota’s Historic Horlock House welcomes its new, artistic residents. One of this season’s artists is a photographer. And while city landscapes and fields are plentiful in these parts, this one is looking at a different direction.
Navasota’s new photographer Andrea Edwards tells Navasota News one of the things that drew her here is our close, tight-knit, small-town feel, which is essential to her, because she doesn’t have a car.
And since she is an antique devotee, Edwards continues, she has already started scoping out the many shops along Navasota’s West Washington which helps her in her work with antique cameras handed down from her grandfather.
And while she can work both in both color and digital, edwards prefers the classic black and white. You can experience her old work as she starts to compile some new ones at the Horlock House.
In the meantime, if you see somebody wandering downtown with an old camera, give Dreyah, as she prefers to be called, a fine Navasota welcome.