PITTSBURG — Signed photographs from the “Images by Malcolm Turner” exhibit are up for sale.

Retired Pittsburg State University photographer Malcolm Turner has taken over 270,000 photographs during his 30-year career at PSU.

Proceeds from the sale of the prints will go toward a scholarship in Turner’s honor — details about the scholarship will be released at a later date.

Over 70 of his photographs were put on exhibit last fall in the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts to showcase his photographic work, which will be up until the end of May.

“It had always been a dream of mine… it is nice to give back,” Turner said.

Turner has signed all of the images in the exhibit — a special feature of the images showcased.

If a print has been purchased a reprint option is available.

All of the images were produced and financed by Miller’s Mpix.

Inquires for the images can be made on PSU’s Bicknell Family Center for the Arts webpage and the final transactions will be made through the Office of University Development until Friday, June 9.

Prints will be available to be picked up at the Office of University development beginning Monday, June 12 and shipping is available for approximately $50.

— Stephanie Potter is a staff writer at the Morning Sun. She can be emailed at spotter@morningsun.net or follow her on Twitter @PittStephP.