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The Photographer’s Story

April 5 - April 27

The Photographer’s Story

Three photography exhibitions:

Mark Milroy  “Mysterious Abstractions”

Ed Holmes  “A Door is a Story Untold”

Roman  “Nude Debut”

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Mark Milroy explores the hallways and caverns of Ft Wordens Kinzie Artillery Battery (Port Townsend, WA) in creating abstract photographic images in “Mysterious Abstractions”. Over time the decay of the building along with rust and mold and the layering of paint have created a multilayered patina of surfaces that are curious, rich and strangely artistic, and from which appeared the beginnings of abstract paintings shrink wrapped over architectural elements.

“A Door is a Story Untold”, by Ed Holmes expresses the idea of a doorway being more important than a door itself. A door is a boundary of what resides inside. It is a passageway between life’s events. Imagine what a Door knows; overhearing gossip, beholding your first goodnight kiss, slammed in anger, left ajar where secrets are exposed, yet it doesn’t tell. All taken place silently, witnessed by the door.

Roman Zlobin’s “Nude Debut” is a study of the female form in various environments and with the use of different photographic processing techniques. “The shape and form of a female body takes a special place in my work as I am forever fascinated and inspired by a woman’s beauty, both as pure form, but also as form held by the state of nature – light, time of day, weather, and the changing seasons.”

First Friday Show Opening, April 5 at 6:00pm.

Show closes, Saturday April 27, 2019

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Thursday: 10:00am – 3:00pm & Saturday: 12noon – 4:00pm

Details

Start:
April 5
End:
April 27
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Venue

The Koch Gallery
19600 VASHON HIGHWAY SW
Vashon, WA 98070 United States
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Phone:
1 206 463 5131

Details

Start:
April 5
End:
April 27
Event Category:

Venue

The Koch Gallery
19600 VASHON HIGHWAY SW
Vashon, WA 98070 United States
+ Google Map
Phone:
1 206 463 5131