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Current Exhibitions

February 4 - March 1, 2015
First Friday Opening Reception: Friday, February 6, 2015, 5:30–7:30 pm


IN THE MAIN AND CENTER GALLERIES

Kathleen Gerdon Archer: As Above, so Below

Kathleen Gerdon Archer's work considers the accumulated effect of place, genetics and history on the individual and the family. This series is a momento mori for her family history and echoes Archer's interest in the geological evidence shaping the coastal New England landscape. She collects stones, seeds, family photographs and personal ephemera from a particular location. These collected elements are arranged in receptacles and frozen, layer by layer, to build conglomerate structures. After removal from the containers, she photographs the icy constructions at intervals, as they disintegrate. It is a constant surprise that these layers of common elements, held together by such a fragile architecture, reveal such an intricate configuration of content. The final images, presented in large format here, are those which have the greatest personal meaning for the artist.

Kathleen Archer, Between Sun and Geography

Kathleeen Archer
Between Sun and Geography
Polypropylene print mounted on 6 mil white Sintra behind 1/8th-inch plexiglas
40 x 27 inches
2014

Kathleen Archer, Quietness at last

Kathleen Archer
Quietness at last
Polypropylene print mounted on 6 mil white Sintra behind 1/8th-inch plexiglas
20 x 40 inches
2014

Kathleen Archer, Blue stars shiver in the distance

Kathleen Archer
Blue stars shiver in the distance
Polypropylene print mounted on 6 mil white Sintra behind 1/8th-inch plexiglas
29 x 50 inches
2014


IN THE MEMBERS' GALLERY

Cree Bruins: Drawn to Analog

The recent and rapid movement from film to digital photography has changed how we view our world and the pictures we produce. It is within this framework that I explore new possibilities to consider an 'image' using discarded materials of photographic analog production. Much as the interplay of intention and chance determines an image captured on film in the camera, this series of drawings was created using a predetermined set of rules for each, and then completed with variables decided by the toss of the dice.

Cree Bruins, Drawn to Analog - 4/5 (2,3,5,4/3,5,6,2,4)

Cree Bruins
Drawn to Analog - 4/5 (2,3,5,4/3,5,6,2,4)
35mm photographic film, ink, graphite
6 x 8 inches, framed: 11 x 14 inches
2014


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