May First Friday Artist Talk and Gallery Walk
Fort Collins, Colorado, April 26, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Please join us for our First Friday artist talks and Public Artist Reception at C4FAP. The Artist Talks (5:00-6:00) provide insight into the exhibited works in Transitional Landscapes and the artists that created them. The reception (6:00-9:00) is a dynamic gathering of art appreciators new and old to celebrate the art and the artists in the exhibition. May’s First Friday reception will feature two series by Eliot Dudik: Broken Land and Still Lives. Beer is provided in kind by Odell Brewing Co, snacks and wine provided by C4FAP. All talks and receptions are free and open to the public.
'Few themes have inspired artists more than the dialectical relationship between nature and man. In Western art since the late eighteenth century, the romantic notion of the sublime competes for space with the spirit of human endeavor. On one hand, humans are weak and in awe before the power of nature, and on the other, they are energetic and domineering builders and settlers. All of the photographs in this exhibition seem to assert the human hand into the landscape through either conceptual awareness or peripheral physical evidence.'
Natasha Egan, Transitional Landscapes Juror
Source: The Center for Fine Art Photography