“Discovering Light” September 11 – October 4, 2020
Paintings by Keith WIllis and Lisa Carr and Photographs by Patricia Danzon.
Light is essential for life. Light is a beacon of hope on the horizon. Light brings us color. Light guides the way. Light fills the void of insecurity with safety and assurance that things will be okay.
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Today more than ever, we need to be reminded during the challenging and unprecedented times we are in, that we look for and discover light in others and in ourselves.
Light itself wants to be discovered. It has its way of sneaking through the cracks, bending and bouncing through windows and portals, reflecting in the eyes of the world, glinting off the waves of bodies of water, and peeking through the shade of the trees.
Patricia Danzon, photographer, uses light to define the shapes, texture, and color in nature, landscapes and architecture around the world to share with us the beauty she has captured.
Keith Willis, painter, also captures light and beauty in life’s moments through painting life-like images of people, landscapes, and animals, transporting the viewer to that very moment in time depicted on the canvas.
Lisa Carr, painter, creates abstract images by building layers of texture and color to simulate the unique beauty of surfaces of natural and man-made objects as they develop over time.
“Look at light and admire its beauty. Close your eyes, and then look again: what you saw is no longer there; and what you will see later is not yet.”—Leonardo da Vinci