Opening Friday, September 10th, from 5PM - 8PM
On view through Saturday, October 16th
Work by Chris Johanson.
The Color of Black & White celebrates the beauty of and between black and white. Sometimes when the palette is reduced a vibrant emotional spectrum emerges. A reductive, simpler lens creates a place where a quiet poetry about life is shared. The black and white work of these four artists shares that ability to create that energy.
The photography of Masao Yamamoto shares the vibrant world of nature. It resonates the preciousness of the living landscape.
The prints of Julia Asherman reflect the experience of a connected harmony with nature. Each piece acts as an account of her life experiences from travels, living on her farm and seeking a harmonious connection with the environment that she lives in.
The calm, immediate photography of Dave Schubert looks at city life. They are vignettes of the world he co-inhabits and carefully quietly photographs.
Gary Groves’ woodblock prints of the Pacific Northwest coast evoke a sense that he has spent a lifetime pondering the land formations that are his subject matter.
All of the work of these artists individually and when presented collectively create a powerful meditative vibration about life. Distinct in their art making, they share a collective connectedness about the rhythms of our world.