As Boxx continues its journey of bringing artists’ work to our Valley, this next show is a fabulous example of two sensitive and nuanced photographers at work. Jane Alynn’s black and white film-based photographs are reminiscent of Pictorialism’s soft-focus, its diffuse and ethereal light and shadow. These lensless images tempt the imagination to see beyond the literal. M R McDonald photographs the poster scene he finds in Seattle. In his “found art”, as he calls it, the literal gets lost in the rips, tears, and unfinished imagery. Both are worth a trip to Tieton, where Spring is bursting forth, optimism is returning and the gallery with a big heart is up and running. See you this Saturday from 11 to 4 for the opening and every Saturday the rest of April. Here’s to art and Spring!
- April 10, 2017
- Exhibitions and Events / Fine Art Photography / Gallery / Photographs / Uncategorized
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