Landscapes: Real and Imagined

A Curated Group Show

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” -Marcel Proust



Richard Levine

Acrylic, gouache, watercolor on Arches, 11″  x 14″

“Another weathered barn in my geometric color field series, this one in Flye Point, Maine.”


Lee Furlong

“I create images that are not seen by the naked eye alone.”

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Group Show: Digital Art

Eight Artspan artists explore the endless possibilities of digital art.


“I have spent an inordinate amount of time in dark, airless rooms pursuing an unforgiving, somewhat inflexible and completely seductive muse in my quest to create traditional film based photographs. However, one cannot be a Luddite forever, and recently I embraced the digital realm which is challenging, forgiving and liberating with its almost endless array of shooting and editing options that enables practitioners to more completely fulfill one’s vision.

With my darkroom work, many of my images were unique given the variables of the chemical based process. With my digital work, I am still amazed that once I finalize the image, I can create an endless number of exact prints. Which is part of my philosophical issue with digital, it still seems like I am cheating a bit.  But I am, as they say, having a blast learning the digital realm.”

 Elephant and Camel

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