August 2-3, 2008
New Work 2008 - Annual Studio Exhibition
This summer's event simultaneously presents two galleries of work - one highlighting bold color and the other highlighting drawn forms. While all of the artist’s work is photo-based, these new images are his most painterly to date. Upstairs, bright, bold colors exude a lush sensuality, producing an almost physical sensation while evoking strong emotional responses.
August 4-5, 2007 New Work 2007 - Annual Studio Exhibition
This summer’s event presents several concurrent exhibitions: Antarctica; Fumo; and Suffusion. Antarctica presents 40 new images, Fumo will be posted online exclusively, and Suffusion, a third related body of work, will be presented for the first time.
August 1-2, 2005
New Work 2005 - Annual Exhibition
This summer’s exhibition presents images drawn from two series, Wake and Lux, which at first glance appear markedly different. Further consideration, however, reveals shared elements and themes–waveforms and light, impermanence and transubstantiation–that run throughout the artist’s entire oeuvre. Above all, these photographs are about light. The light within these images celebrates the physical phenomenon of color and our many-layered responses to it, at once universal, cultural, and personal. John Paul remarks, “Universally revered, color is a uniquely powerful language capable of communicating human experience in extraordinarily compelling and nuanced ways.”