September 1 – 30
Georgia-based John Folsom is concerned with evocative landscapes as a representation that is both intriguing and fictional. He explores the relationship between collective memory and how identity is created. Folsom’s work is based in photography, but uses traditional paint media that recalls the sublime painters of the 19th century. The images move the viewer beyond their specific geography to achieve a sense of place and personal memory.
Thursday, September 8, 5 p.m.
Reception following to 6:30 p.m.