Sharing a unique exhibit of poetry and photography, through collaboration of four award-winning Arizona artists. Gala Grand Opening March 9th.
Online PR News – 16-February-2019 – Scottsdale, AZ – GEOLOGY OF SPIRIT: A photo-poetic collaboration opens in 7 days!
Four award-winning Arizona artists - two poets and two photographers - have formed a unique collaboration to explore the intersection of the human and the wild in the desert Southwest and the interior regions of self and society. This rare exhibit opens in 10 days on February 23rd!
Rosemarie Dombrowski and Lois Roma-Deeley have composed poems inspired by the photographs of Patrick O'Brien and Cyd Peroni. This group will be exhibiting the work as a sequence of vignettes that combine several photographs with a poem in a way that invites conversation and encourages viewers to make their own connections between nature and the human experience.
This rare exhibition of photography and poetry by award-winning artists will run from February 23rd through March 28th. It will be held at the Holland Gallery of Fine Art located at 34250 N. 60th Street, Building B, Scottsdale, AZ 85266. You are invited to attend their Gala Opening Reception on Saturday, March 9th, from 4:30 to 6:30pm.
Their website, www.geologyofspirit.com, offers a sneak peek at this rare collaboration. One individual already shares, "A powerful combination of artistic mediums." You can also find a biography of each of the award-winning artists at www.geologyofspirit.com.
This collaboration has come together over the course of many months. Here is what some of the artists have shared. "This creative collaboration has taken on a life of its own in exciting and unexpected ways," says photographer Cyd Peroni. "While we have grown in our individual artistic practices, we have supported each other along the way, making lasting friendships and learning about each other's chosen form of expression."
"We want this exhibition to be different for gallery visitors," says photographer Patrick O'Brien. "We hope to tell stories and yet leave room for people to tell their own stories, too."
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