HOUSTON CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY opens three new exhibits this month
Bill Armstrong's Buddha & Mandala are two bodies of work that create a meditative space. These transcendent images delve into a different aspects of the spiritual and Buddist world.Their soft luminosity and pure glow of color communicate a space beyond the viewers' focus. Their essential purpose is to create a sense of radiance, and pure joy.
Ryan Bush's Visions are three-dimensional photographs that are about exploring the visionary experience. By using multiple exposures of tree branches and having a free range of imagination in photoshop Ryan's series goes into the depths of the physical world and the “subtle” world.
Learning Curve is annual exhibition of selected work made by HCP´s students from the past year that highlights the various educational programs HCP offers through its Learning Center.
HCP offers over 300 workshops and classes a year ranging in skill level and medium reaching over 1,000 lifelong learners. The instructors that lead these photography workshops are local professional photographers and artists that are able and willing to share their knowledge with the Houston community. This year's exhibition was juried by Keliy Anderson-Staley, Assistant Professor, Photography and Digital Media, University of Houston