September Song: Bill Gorman & Southern Exposure: Geoff Gould

Tuesday, August 4th - Saturday, August 29th 2015

Bill Gorman & Geof Gould

Dressed for a Procession by Geof Gould
September Song by Bill Gorman
September Song: Portraits of Autumn, the title of Bill Gorman’s latest exhibit, will be sharing space at the Cooperative Gallery 213 with Geof Gould’s latest work titled Southern Exposures. Both photographers, who have exhibited together over the years, work in vibrant colors and spectacular landscapes. The exhibit will open with a reception, open to the public, on Thursday August 6th from 5 -8 PM, will continue through First Friday on August 7th from 3-9 PM and will close on Saturday, August 29th.Through the month of August the Gallery is open to view the exhibits on Fridays from 3-6 PM and Saturdays from 12-4.

Gould’s exhibit Southern Exposures will feature photographs of people as well as a few nature photos. Most of the images are from Chile, Costa Rica, Bermuda, Jamaica, and Peru with a few from the American Southwest.

Gorman’s September Song; Portraits of Autumn will feature a number of large scale photographic portraits of autumn leaves of late fall as well as leaf portraits printed on canvas. According to Gorman, “The show is really about the passing of time, about aging and the complex beauty of aging.” The Kurt Weil-Maxwell Anderson song inspired the exhibit: “The autumn weather turns the leaves to flame, …when the days come down to a precious few…September, November.”