Off My Balcony: Barb Pullin
March 5 – 27 First Friday Opening Reception: March 5 (4 – 9 pm) 40 West Gallery Room 2 One of four exhibitions on view at 40 West Gallery during the Month of Photography
March 5 – 27
First Friday Opening Reception: March 5 (4 – 9 pm)
40 West Gallery
One of four exhibitions on view at 40 West Gallery during the Month of Photography festival, Off My Balcony presents the work of Denver-based photographer Barb Pullin.
From the Artist:
The year was 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic. I worked from home for six weeks, my workspace near my balcony over-looking a Historic Park and the front range. As a photographer, I love the ever-changing light creating shadows and textures mixing with the Colorado sky. Every day I was drawn to the balcony to photograph this ever-changing scene.
Then, the wildfires happened and although it was devastating for so many, they created awe-inspiring sunsets, cloud formations and incredible light. As this body of work started to grow I realized this important time in my life needed to be documented so I kept shooting through the end of 2020.
The main event of this exhibit is a staging of the view off the balcony complete with my table and chair. A mosaic of over 60 photographs fill one wall along with a select handful of my favorite moments enlarged and framed.
Gallery hours: Wednesday -Saturday 12-4pm
40 West Arts District