Nudes and Decaying Buildings At KMR

“Zevra,” a photograph by Barbara Vaughn at KMR Arts Photo submitted

Barbara Vaughn’s current show at KMR Arts embraces the artist’s different but complementary vernaculars: classic black and white representational photography and innovative photographic pigment transfer onto aluminum support. At first glance, the images seems disparate, contrasting, possibly at odds. Gradually, as the viewer takes in the whole, the patterns and colors resolve together into a refreshing sequence of poetic rhythm. The contrast of color and monotone, gritty texture and smooth sinew, focus and abstraction is deliberate and evocative.

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