Currently on view through September 2, 2018.
“Photographs are like voices lifted in song; they tell us in wordless imagery what appeals to the soul.”
With these words, contemporary American photographer and juror Mark L. Power describes what drew him to the 30 images he selected for the fine art photography exhibition on display at Multiple Exposures Gallery through September 2, 2018.
Reflecting on the exhibition, which includes the work of 12 fine art photographers, Powers calls out the sinuosity of lines, elegance of curves and, sometimes, objects immersed in a rueful past, remembering better days. “In many, small human figures appear, perhaps just to give scale, but often fleeing into a future undefined. At other times figures appear lost in melancholy reflection,” he observes.
“Then there are landscapes: scenes we might have visited ourselves; others we might only have dreamed. We are reminded of the glory of land and sky. Others are forlorn places we hurry by because it appears time has forgotten them…”
Exhibition hours are 11am-5pm daily, except Thursdays, 2pm-8pm.
To view the show, visit Multiple Exposures Gallery in Studio 312 at the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA.