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James Parker, Photographer

Stories Told in Things Left Behind
A Disappearing American Landscape

Opening Night
Friday, February 6, 2015

Exhibit: February 4 - 28

Meet the Artist and and view his photographic journey through the Great Plains and the Midwest that chronicles the decline of our agrarian heritage and documents the hamlets, communities and culture of the West. View the haunting and beautiful images that capture sweeping western vistas, quirky artifacts & architectural details which highlight his work. Whether photographing patterns of wind and water in a desert canyon or the textures of a faded ranch, his visual commentary echoes the politics, history and cultures that collided in Westward expansion. Each image invites the viewer to imagine her own story in the things we've left behind. 

This is event is open to the public and free of charge. Complimentary Refreshments.

HVCA Supports Michigan Artists with Monthly Gallery Exhibitions

Each of the 12 artists selected to exhibit in the gallery receives a month long venue to display and sell their works.  At the opening of each exhibition each artist has the ability to interact with the general public at a special artist reception. HVCA fulfills two critical goals and objectives with each exhibition: (1) the enhancement of art appreciation for our constituent base and citizens in the region and (2) providing artistic opportunities for Michigan artists where they are able to display and sell their works.  These monthly gallery exhibitions not only promote and assisting Michigan artists, but affords HVCA the ability provide a tangible resource that strengthens the community.

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