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Years ago on a first trip to Yellowstone National Park I was struck by the colors to be found in the flows of the steaming hot waters. While others focused on the dramatic geysers and held up traffic to watch buffalo and elk, I found myself looking closely at the edges of pools and streams and admiring the wealth of abstract patterns and textures formed by the delicate yet hardy life forms that survive in these hostile environments.
In 2008 the time had come to revisit Yellowstone and make a serious effort to capture the grandeur of Yellowstone in its intimate details. Here are some of the images from that trip.
Hanford St. Gallery offers Fine Art, Crafts and Photography by emerging and established artists working in both contemporary and traditional areas. Our goal is to: Provide the community with opportunities to experience the visual arts with a fresh perspective. Build a learning environment that integrates the arts into everyday life. Introduce new ways of seeing that allow art to inform how we interact with the world. Create relationships with the schools that bring art into the lives of young people. Foster an understanding of art as a way of being; not just something to admire (or criticize) from a distance.
Fall 2013 Published November 20, 2013
Spring - Summer 2013 Published September 25, 2013
Winter 2013 Published April 14, 2013
FALL 2012 Published December 03, 2012
Summer 2012 Published November 05, 2012
James Groleau MEZZOTINTS Published June 25, 2012
Intimations of Mortality Published May 30, 2012
February/March/April/May 2012 Published May 30, 2012