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Seeing Inversely: Exhibit at Corrine Woodman Gallery, Corvallis, OR.
A body of my abstract work was selected for an exhibit titled Seeing Inversely, at the Corrine Woodman Gallery, in Corvallis, OR. This is a duet exhibit with artist Carol Chapel and our work shares some similarities.
Both bodies of work are abstract in nature, and some of my photos share common themes with Carol's collagraphs, such as resemblances of celestial bodies in the universe.
Other photos are compositions where I play with the idea of seeing something different than the actual object or scene that I've photographed. Examples include Prosciutto, a variegated tulip rotated and cropped, Seismic, reflections of a fence in swirling water, and Big Bang, patterns I discovered on the heat shield of the Gemini 11 capsule, now located at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.
This was a fun and fulfilling project and I'm thrilled to have it showing through the month of March at the Arts Center. The Artist Talk at the Art Center can be viewed here.
Photo below: Seismic
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