Scott Winterrowd’s solo exhibition Space, is a sublime depiction of the immense open spaces of National Parks. Capturing acute changes in landscapes when viewed day to night and at different seasons of the year, the Winterrowd engages in the daunting task of framing an immeasurable and diverse landscape. Scott Winterrowd uses layered watercolor to capture the complexities of mountains, trees, hills, and skies of Southwest America, referencing the pathways to place and reflecting on his work over time by including postcard paintings.
Artist Gillian Bradshaw-Smith creates cavernous dream worlds. Tangled cavities of rocks and water harboring many moons and active volcanoes are rendered in deep hues. Inspired by the opening lines of a poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge titled ‘Kubla Khan’ which speaks of measureless caverns and sacred rivers, Gillian uses layered paper cutouts to form and carve out the dark daydream hollows she imagines. She is known for consistently expanding her creative bounds and expressing her artistic vision in diverse media in an exploration that continues to evolve. Nocturns displays otherworldly landscapes existing in the past and the future, a mystical vision certain to provoke the imagination of the audience.