Brothers Praying
© Shelby Lee Adams , 1993
Corn Rock, Second Mesa
© Owen Seumptewa
Generations, Shungopavi, Hopi Reservation
© Owen Seumptewa
Girl in Window, Lynn Dalton, Village of Hotevilla, Hopi Reservation
© Owen Seumptewa
Goya, Clown Boy
© Owen Seumptewa
Walpi, Village on First Mesa
© Owen Seumptewa
Angel Shadow
© James P. Nicholls
Angel Shadow
© James P. Nicholls
Avila 2, Spain, Sacristy
© James P. Nicholls
Madonna Portofino
© James P. Nicholls
Sister Alice Smith with Hands Extended
© Samuel Kravitt , 1935
Sister Alice Smith with Hands Extended
© Samuel Kravitt , 1935
Touch Me Light
© Yousef Khanfar
The Phantom Light
© Yousef Khanfar
Serene
© Yousef Khanfar
Wind Golan
© Neil Folberg , 1999
3 Children Before Jesus
© Harold Feinstein , c. 1950's
Jokhang Pilgrim
© Sharon Collins , 2001
Jokhang Wall
© Sharon Collins , 2001
Nagarkot, Nepal
Prayer Flags
© Sharon Collins , 2001
Creek Stones
Coldwater Creek, Kansas
© Jon Scott Anderson , 2005
River Stones
© Jon Scott Anderson , 2005
Temple Moss
Saiho-ji Kyoto, Japan
© Jon Scott Anderson , 2005
© Jon Scott Anderson
You Shall Take and Rejoice
© Dennis Toff
Who Makes the Distinction
© Dennis Toff
Speak of These Three Things
© Dennis Toff
A Great Miracle Happened Here
© Dennis Toff

‘Sacred’

12/3 to 1/11/2006
 
For the holiday season, the Candace Perich Gallery will present “Sacred”, an exhibition of photographs addressing particular belief systems subscribed to by millions of people around the world. Faiths including Tibetan and Zen Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Hopi are represented in the exhibition, which will run from December 3, 2005 – January 11, 2006. Working intuitively, rather than from a conceptual starting point, Perich has selected photographs by six photographers whom she feels search for the sacred through their work: Scott Anderson, Sharon Collins, Yousef Khanfar, James Nicholls, Owen Seumptewa, and Dennis Toff . Each artist brings a particular religious outlook to their photographs that are often mysterious, poetic and, it is hoped, inspiring, in the coming winter months. “Sacred” will invite us to contemplate and reflect upon the divine aspect of our lives.
artists in exhibition
 
 

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