Nick Carulli 10-31-19

Nick Carulli

Reception: Saturday September 28th,2019  6-10 PM  (calendar)

Visual Expressions Gallery
2115 SE 192nd Ave. Suite 110
Camas Wa,98607
360-210-7393


Nick Carulli, a long time northwest photographer and gallery owner presents his new show of photographic images infused onto aluminum, sizes ranging form 8x10 inches to 40 x 60 inches. These prints are spectacular, with depth and quality of HD television.

Please bring friends and join others in viewing his latest images. Wine and light snacks will be available. Please join him for an opening reception on Saturday September 28th,2019 6-10 PM

Karen Klinedinst 10-25-19

Karen Klinedinst, The Emotional Landscape

September 28 – October 25, 2019 (calendar)

Camerawork Gallery
301 N. Graham Street, Portland, OR 97227
Located in Lorenzen Conference Center - Legacy Emanuel Medical Center Campus.
9am - 6pm, Monday-Saturday, Sunday, 10am-4pm
Free off street parking available, Stair and elevator access, TriMet Routes 4, 24 and 44, ADA accessible
www.TheCameraworkGallery.org
www.Facebook.com/cameraworkgallery
503-701-5347
Event is free and open to the public


Baltimore, Maryland photographer, Karen Klinedinst notes, “All of us have a deep connection to certain places. We see these places not as they are but idealize them through our memories. In The Emotional Landscape series, I capture my deep connection to the natural landscape.

“I draw my inspiration from the 19th century landscape painting of The Hudson River School. Like the Hudson River School painters, I interpret the landscape and how it affects me emotionally and spiritually. My approach is not about capturing reality but creating a neo-Romantic world reflective of my memory and imagination.

“Walking is an integral part of my creative process and forms my point of view. All of the landscapes in this series were captured while hiking through the natural landscape. The act of walking allows me to experience the nuances of light, weather and time. It forms my conversation and connection with the landscape. Like a painter, I manipulate these images through the layering of textures and colors to express my emotional response to a landscape that exists only in my memory.”

About the Artist Karen Klinedinst is a Baltimore-based artist using photography to explore themes of place, nature and the environment. She is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore.

Her landscapes have been exhibited at Massoni Art Gallery, Fleckenstein Gallery, South x Southeast Photo Gallery, Adkins Arboretum, Maryland Art Place, Soho Photo Gallery, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Griffin Museum of Photography, and the Biggs Museum of American Art. Her work is in the collection of the National Park Service.

Klinedinst was a 2004 Platte Clove Artist-in-Residence at the Catskills Center for Conservation and Development, and a 2006 National Park Service Artist-in- Residence at Acadia National Park in Maine. In 2015 she was awarded an Individual Artist Award from the Maryland State Arts Council.

She teaches workshops at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University’s Odyssey Program, and at her Baltimore studio.