MARCH 24 – APRIL 28
TOINTON GALLERY (GREELEY)
Attached to the Greeley Recreation Center and Union Colony Civic Center
EVOLVING GEOGRAPHIES MARCH 24 – APRIL 28 TOINTON GALLERY (GREELEY) Attached to the Greeley Recreation Center and Union Colony Civic Center
OPENING RECEPTION: MARCH 24, 5 – 7 PM
Evolving Geographies features photography by Andrew Liccardo, a Greeley-based artist and educator whose lens points to the West and the intersection of our natural and built environments. In this exhibit, Liccardo explores the idea that the environment we live in (and create) will ultimately define us, and how we alter and maintain it will tell the story of our evolution as a people and culture — and eventually, in part, write our history.
Liccardo’s photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally, including such venues as the Reykjanes (Iceland) Cultural Festival; Kansas City Public Library; Houston Center for Photography; School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston; Center for Photography at Woodstock and the Amarillo Museum of Art. A project portfolio of his work was recently published in the book Llano Estacado: An Island in the Sky by Texas Tech University Press as part of its Voice in the American West series.
March 24 (Friday) 5:00 pm - April 28 (Friday) 5:00 pm