Volume 5 of INSIGHT highlights the work of three artists:
Gigi Cifali, Brian Oglesbee, and David Welch. Accompanying essays by
Patricia Jones, Lesley Brill, David Rodgers, and Sam Herman.
Explore digital galleries of past exhibits from our previous eight seasons of programming.
Recent shows include:
2011 Open Juried
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The iPhone Fayum
Gigi Cifali's Absence of Water documents
the abandoned baths throughout the UK.
Emptied of their original purpose, the
immense structures have now become
reflecting pools of a different sort.
Unmanipulated and unaided by the digital
toolbox, Brian Oglesbee's camera records
the mystical, watery world before it in his
In Material World, David Welch's totems of
everyday objects invest them with startling
important that we might not otherwise notice.
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After seeing Oglesbee's work in the recent issue of INSIGHT,
explore further with Figure/Foliage, a meditative set of images
that reflects on our place in nature, full of beauty and mystery.
The Alviso Project