Ansel Adams: Before & After
Through March 20, 2016 – Special Exhibition Gallery
Experience the iconic work of famed photographer Ansel Adams in a new light – set amongst the work of his predecessors, peers and contemporary photographers.
For additional information on Ansel Adams: Before & After, click here.
Image: ©Robert Glenn Ketchum, The Allen River Enters Lake Chauekuktuli, 2001. Image courtesy of Lumière.
Three Point Perspective: Dean, Elliott & Hagege
Through February 21, 2016 – Temporary Exhibition Gallery
Featuring three of the youngest stars in the Western art world, this exhibition showcases three artists inspired by many of the same influences. Despite having much in common, and often painting side-by-side on location, each has a distinctive style. For more information on Three Point Perspective, click here.
Image: ©Glenn Dean, Josh Elliott, Logan Maxwell Hagege, Out West, 2015, oil, 16 x 16″, 16 x 24″, 16 x 16″
Technicolor Coyote: Adventures with Michael Goettee
Through March 13, 2016 – Borderlands Gallery
This exhibition will feature a cross-section of 2-D and 3-D mixed media works by popular Atlanta area artist, Michael Goettee. Reflecting his imagination, adventures, and memories, Goettee’s vibrant, sometimes campy, creations often integrate iconography of the American Southwest. To view a brief gallery walk with Michael, click here.
Image: © Michael Goettee, Coyote, 2015, mixed media, 17 x 13 x 4.” On loan from Cimarron Sky Gallery.
Bob Kolbrener’s AutoGraphs – “Tradigital” Signs of the Time
Through March 20, 2016 – Bergman Theatre Gallery
Featuring more than a dozen photographs of road signs and auto related subjects captured by acclaimed photographer Bob Kolbrener over the past four decades, and now digitally updated for new audiences. The resulting contemporary images show Bob’s commitment to traditional photography AND a mind still open to new possibilities.
Image: ©Bob Kolbrener, No Services Ahead, Utah, 1977/2015. Image courtesy of Lumière.