Thursday, August 25, 2011

Martie Giefert: August 27 -September 14


Martie Giefert's photographs usually begin with a long drive. Upon arriving at his pre-determined location he sets up his tripod and scrupulously documents the chosen view from multiple angles. The negatives are then scanned for digital interface, where they are meticulously re-assembled into a final image. It is then printed and face-mounted to a sheet of acrylic for an unadorned presentation. The finished piece is hung 'floating' off the wall. When viewing the work, all the logistics fade into a calm silence and Gieferts photograph becomes more than a document of a place, but closer to the experience of occupying the space.

Jeffrey Harrison: August 27-September 14

Good Times Roll

Inspired by long summer days at the cottage and good old classic rock, Jeffrey Harrison's new series of paintings stick to your retinas like those catchy tunes on the radio get stuck in your head- "let the good times roll..."