“Ink on Paper by Bob Bryden” & “Photographic Reflections by Harold Hodges”
March 16 - April 28, 2018
Friday, March 23, 6-9pm - Opening Reception & Fourth Friday
Friday, April 27, 6-8pm - Closing Reception & Fourth Friday
Bob Bryden, “Untitled No. 1″, Printing ink on paper, 16″ x 16”
OPENING ON FRIDAY!
“Ink on Paper by Bob Bryden” & “Photographic Reflections by Harold Hodges” is a new exhibit combining the work of two artists working in two very different media.
Join us for the opening reception on Friday, March 23rd from 6-9pm during Downtown Wilmington’s Fourth Friday. Visit with the artists and enjoy refreshments with live music by Rebekah Todd.
Ink on Paper by Bob Bryden
Bob Bryden’s work exists comfortably within the traditions of minimalism and optical art. Utilizing the simple elements of point, line and plane he creates abstract images which are highly structured and concise while at the same time are optically active and visually illusive. The perceptual experience of his work involves the interaction of seeing and understanding and is directly related to how vision functions.
Bob Byrden grew up in the Piedmont region of North Carolina. He is a graduate of Guilford College in Greensboro, NC. He went on to do graduate work in South Asian art history at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. His desire for a greater involvement with creative arts lead to Kentucky and graduate work at the University of Louisville where he received a Masters Degree in Art with a concentration in printmaking. In addition to art he has worked primarily in graphic design and commercial printing. Today he pursues his creative endeavors in his swamp side home/studio in Wilmington, NC.
Photographic Reflections by Harold Hodges
Harold Hodges “Grass Whispers” Photography 14″ x 11″
The palette, from which all perception is formed, is not made of a bright spectrum of pigments and light, it is a palette filled with all the feelings and emotions people have toward all things. The perception a person has of things that are before him or her will ultimately be manifested from the palette of whatever media they choose to amplify the feelings and emotion they have toward the subject they have chosen.This is not by choice but it is the process of that which is truth finding light that gives vision to others of those things we see. All things of earth are of equal worth and beauty. Our perception is skewed by all our feelings good and bad. It is a wonderful life when we can see how beautiful our life is and recognize that much of the bad and negative is perception of our own mind. This earth, this life, have provided us with the broadest and most wondrous palette of imagery the universe has to offer. Rejoice, seize each moment, let not one get away from you. ~ Harold Hodges
Harold Hodges is a photographer, living and working in Wilmington, NC.