Art Galleries – November

Farhad Vakilitabar

May Library and Smoky Hill Library

A good artist will create art regardless of his or her physical location, but without any doubt, traveling and visiting new places can be great sources of inspiration!

A good artist also should develop his/her unique style of work through the creative process!

Here are some samples of my effort to just do that! For many years, Double Exposure photography has taken me on a journey, where photography flirts with painting, and teases the mind of the viewers!

Christine June

Koelbel Library

Abandoned Places captures and shares my perspective of the world surrounding us. My images reveal economic landscapes that people refuse to acknowledge or take the time to consider. Our surviving regions, once full of beauty and life, are becoming places of ruin as a direct consequence of our need for resources. My work portrays environmental devastation, which we, as a culture, are creating. People blindly assume the methods of production and disposal that are currently in use are the standards we need to thrive and succeed. Progressive human advancement is degrading our world visually and biologically without regret or concern. These views portray some of the major ways in which we are polluting and ravaging our lands.