Pott. County Pork & Bean Band Dance
"The Pott. County Pork and Bean Band was popular in 1970s rural Kansas, putting on dances in disused gymnasiums such as this one in Belvue. They were wild dances, with everyone bringing coolers of beer (and more) in the door. I photographed the band for several years, even producing a record album cover for them. It was dark so I had to set up lights and run a cord out across the teeming dance floor to fire the flashes. This image was central in my entry that received a Special Recognition award in the World Understanding contest in 1976."
LEGACY EDITION PRINTS — Our Legacy Edition print are personally printed by Jim here at Small World Gallery on premier archival fine art papers. Offered in two sizes: 8.5"x11" (image is 6"x9") or 17" x 22" (image is 12"x18".) Jim signs each print and embosses his initials to confirm that he printed it himself. This is Jim’s legacy collection from his lifetime of work.