Four local artists — Ella Brown, Dan Esarey, Jennifer Meahan, Valerie Snyder — consider nature as a muse in a group exhibition of landscape photographs and watercolors. Brown, the quartet's sole watercolorist, renders delicate scenes of open... More »
January is a rather desolate month, and not just because of our grim, grey weather. After the hurly-burly and hobnobbery of the holidays, it feels like everybody wants a little time to themselves. Solitude, the new exhibit at the University City... More »
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Imagine a world of deteriorating books, each telling its story through its present destructed state. Well, first you'd have to imagine a place where books still exist in the physical world, which won't be difficult if you're attending the... More »
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I enjoyed this exhibit.
Many of the photographs had natural themes-- they also featured lots of open spaces-- lonely spaces, you might say.
There were treated digital photographs with brilliant colors.
There were watercolors-- I especially enjoyed those that were more minimal.
All in all, this was a very relaxing exhibit, with plenty of space to move around without feeling hurried. A good way to explore themes of solitude.
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