Art Exhibits

Landscape of Mind

When: July 1-29 2016

Tim Davis' photography doesn't always look like it came from a camera; that's by design. Rather, he makes his art by looking closer. With his eye, cracked paint and rust takes on its own new forms. In one of his newest pieces, "Phobos," an eye- or planet-like green-and-red circle shape hovers over a white horizon and a black skyscape. His Landscapes of Mind exhibit, currently running at Kreuser Gallery, includes many more new pieces in that same vein. The show runs through July 29. So you have plenty of time to take a closer look — you never know what you might discover. 218 W. Colorado Ave., free, — Griffin Swartzell

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