December 14, 2007 11:55 a.m.
© Raymond Meeks
December 13, 2007 1:16 p.m.
© Raymond Meeks , 2007
January 9, 2008 2:14 p.m.
© Raymond Meeks
January 14, 2008 3:26 p.m.
© Raymond Meeks
January 14, 2008 3:14 p.m.
© Raymond Meeks
October 18, 2006 11:47 a.m.
© Raymond Meeks
February 1, 2007 9:19 a.m.
© Raymond Meeks
January 25, 2007 12:09 p.m.
© Raymond Meeks
February 6, 2007 10:27 a.m.
© Raymond Meeks
January 24, 2007 11:39 a.m.
© Raymond Meeks
January 24, 2007
© Raymond Meeks
© Raymond Meeks
January 4, 2007
© Raymond Meeks
Abby, Jake, Jocko Valley, Montana 2003
© Raymond Meeks
Abby, Picking Cherries, Jocko Valley, Montana 2003
© Raymond Meeks
Untitled, Apple Orchard, 2005
© Raymond Meeks
Orchard, (Mary Ellen)
© Raymond Meeks
Abby, No Measure, Montana 2006
© Raymond Meeks
Given, 2006
© Raymond Meeks
Here Where Fields Were
© Raymond Meeks , 2005
A Scattering of Dry Brown
© Raymond Meeks , 2005
Vale Romania
© Raymond Meeks , 1993
Among Unearthed Potatoes, (Mary Ellen)
© Raymond Meeks
Summer Clippings, Montana
© Raymond Meeks
The Question illustrated by nature broadside
© Raymond Meeks
Water Horse
© Raymond Meeks , 2004
April 22, 2007 8:17 a.m.
© Raymond Meeks
An Observation Winter garden, 2008
© Raymond Meeks
A Local Habitation & A Name Boradside
© Raymond Meeks
Untitled 2, Romania 1993
© Raymond Meeks
Untitled 3, Romania 1993
© Raymond Meeks
July, (Mary Ellen, 2006)
© Raymond Meeks
Untitled 1, Romania 1993
© Raymond Meeks
Prayer Against Forgetting Boys, 2007
© Raymond Meeks
An Infinite Dog
© Raymond Meeks , 2007

‘Raymond Meeks: Topsoil’

2/20 to 3/29/2008
 
Candace Dwan Gallery is delighted to announce an exhibition of American photographer Raymond Meeks, on view from February 20 – March 29, 2008. This exhibition will include a selection of photographs from 2003 to 2007.

"Topsoil" follows Raymond Meeks’ richly emotive debut collection, "Sound of Summer Running", which invited us inward, through the expressive interiors of family and place. More recently, Meeks has been exploring a landscape that is in constant shift. As the foundation for what is organic and underlying, the depicted landscape suggests a direct, but subtle, synchrony between the state of the land and that of the individual.

The photographs in this exhibition are inspired, in part, by the short fiction of Rick Bass, who writes:

"You can rot or you can burn but either way, if you’re lucky, a place will shape and cut and bend you, will strengthen and weaken you. You trade your life for the privilege of this experience-the joy of a place, the joy of blood family: the joy of knowledge gotten by listening and observing."
artists in exhibition
 
 

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