Confrontations: Artists and the Visual World

November 7 through December 15, 2012
Artists’ Reception: Thursday, November 8, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The artists will be available during the reception for an informal “Artists’ Talk”.

This exhibit explores the contentious relationship between man and nature, specifically, our use and misuse of it and the detritus that results.  The marks and artifacts that remain have inspired a variety of unique responses in photography, painting and sculpture, creating a common thread among five artists whose work is otherwise diverse in approach and technique.

The exhibit includes paintings by Colorado artist Andrew Roberts-Gray (, photography by Daniel Kasser ( and John Trefethen ( and sculpture by Arthur Comings ( and Ralph Holker(

2 Responses to “Confrontations: Artists and the Visual World”

  1. Just saw this!! and just found your website! where is your exhibition????

  2. Hi Carla — the show opens at the Harrington Gallery in Pleasanton’ Firehouse Arts Center on November 8. The reception is the same day. The show will run through December 15th. I hope you can make it. I will be in Chicago for a week during the opening reception but a am planning a private viewing for friends and family. I do encourage you to make the opening reception is you and Christopher can make the trip out from the city.

    Here’s a map to the show:

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