Art Exhibits

= ZERO

When: Feb. 13-March 13 2015

Brian Tryon's photography demands attention by itself. In our Slice of Life section recently, the 42-year-old Springs native has documented a pile of creepy horse masks and a totem pole of clowns' heads. But Tryon often uses his photos as centerpieces of elaborate mixed-media works. He transfers the photos onto reconstituted wood panels, then might add spray paint, oils, acrylics, paint pens and/or stains, and finally polyurethane. The results, he says, have been called "wonderful, weird and spiritual." They're also on display in a new show titled = ZERO at the Ivywild School (1604 S. Cascade Ave., tinyurl.com/lw3h7as), if you'd like to stop by, say, tonight. — Kirk Woundy

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