coming may 12, 2018: portraits of the american wilds by loren klyne

Raised in the woods of the Pacific Northwest and trained as a naturalist, Loren Klyne aims to cultivate an appreciation for wilderness through nature writing and film photography. His current project “Portraits of the American Wilds” is a documentation of and reflection on 21 national monuments under review by the Trump administration for possible downsizing. Through time spent in each monument, Loren has created a photographic and written portrait of each of these National Monuments, paying homage to the public lands and wilderness of the western United States. This work was produced over the course of 7 months as Loren lived in and documented these national monuments. This travel through the western states was followed by a 2 month artist residency at the Nambe Mill House in Santa Fe, NM

opening: may 12, 6-9 pm
artist talk: may 26, 2pm
gallery hours: weekends noon-5 & by appointment through june 3



prior

"impressions" by chase stafford: march 9, 2018 - april 1st, 2018

"verstehen" november 15, 2017: meason wiley & emily rankin

the love that would not die, a puppet exhibition: september 8th, 2017- october 8th, 2017

"premises" winter-spring-summer 2017 caley dennis: february 10 - february 26 2017 // "second nature" by antone könst: march 31 - april 23 2017 // "plazas" by allyson packer: april 28 - may 21 2017 // "ground" by matthew schrader: june 2 - july 2 2017

"fathoms" summer 2016 // painting // ginny casey // heidi hahn // caity kennedy // kathryn kerr // monty little // lizzy marshall // cait porter // luke rogers // jared weiss

"raylets" feb 2016 work by: maya bush - henry chapman - nicholas chiarella - felix fan - krista peters - lauren seiden - lucrecia troncoso - martha tuttle - scotty slade wagner

"utilities" may 2015 w amy albracht nicholas chiarella sean di ianni benji geary lara nickel scuba martha tuttle bea varnedoe verrillo


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