I recently had the pleasure of curating the Alternative Processes exhibition at the Julia Dean Photo Gallery. The first place winner, Linda Alterwitz, is a Nevada photographer, who is creating a new kind of imagery and it will be on display, opening tomorrow, August 14th. Linda received her BFA from the University of Colorado and an MFA from the University of Denver.
“Linda blends digital layers of diverse imagery. The layers are combined, moved and manipulated until the recognizable imagery in each piece has a dual sense of the abstract. The use of color and light creates a special depth that competes with the two dimensional surface of the prints. “
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Scott B. Davis: on the probability of darknessJune 10th, 2019
Louise Russell: Points of ViewApril 10th, 2019
On Collaboration: PWMD (Marissa Dembkoski & Paal Williams)April 9th, 2019
Al Brydon: SolargraphsMarch 27th, 2019
Robert Treat: Dom and Joshua StonesMarch 1st, 2019