past exhibition

 

LAWRENCE W. OLIVERSON
Transcendent Vision

April 7 - May 8, 2006

 

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Transcendent Vision reflects the strong influences of Hispanic culture and the work of contemporary Mexican architects on the photographs of Lawrence W. Oliverson. Oliverson has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Central America, and South America in search of the rich colors often used in the Hispanic culture. Once he finds color, the quest continues for such compositional elements as shape, line, form, and texture with the final component being a heightened awareness of light. Oliverson uses these elements to create photographs that often transcend the original subject, and stimulate an emotional and intellectual response in the viewer.

He primarily uses a large format camera to expose 4" X 5" color negatives, which provide superior clarity and printing capabilities. He prints all his own work using traditional darkroom techniques.

Oliverson has trained with many internationally acclaimed artists including Ansough May 8, 2006. Gallery hours are Friday through Monday, 11 am to 6pm, or otel Adams, Jerry Uelsmann, Ruth Bernhard, and John Sexton. Works of the artist - largely his architectural images -- are included in the permanent collections of museums and corporate collections throughout the United States.

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All images © Lawrence W.Oliverson