Ansel Adams; Connie Borup; Anna Campbell Bliss; Charles William Carter; Gordon N. Cope; Henry Lavender Adolphus Culmer; Robert Dawson; Rick Dingus; Florence Dominic; Christian Eisele; Teresa Flowers; Jim Frankoski; Steve Frederick; Brian Kershisnik; Whitney King; Mark Klett; Bent F. Larsen; Graig Law; J. George Midgley; Rodger Newbold; Maureen O'Hara Ure; Ron Richmond Edie Rberson; Devendra Shrikhande; Suzanne Simpson; Tony Smith; V. Doug Snow; LeConte Stewart; Bonnie Sucec; Edward Taggart;
waterphotographySalt Lake Art Center
This exhibition examines through the work of thirty individual artists, both historic and contemporary, a myriad of personal interpretations of this intriguing and basic element of our existence. Many of the images are sublime, still others are confusing or mysterious. All are intriguing and reflect the continual change characteristic of this non-static substance - WATER. The viewer should be challenged by the content of each individual work and how the artist has interpreted, appropriated or utilized water as and illusion, metaphor or subject. Simultaneously each person should be encouraged to reflect on their current appreciation and understanding of the theme of this exhibit. Awareness of this powerful, unique element is essential especially to those of us living in the arid west. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
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