An installation of Barron's photography of women in water along the creek walk. Barron’s images explore the age-old universal theme of man in nature. She quotes, “I believe we all learn from nature especially water, the source of life itself." Nature helps you understand yourself, as it highlights qualities that coincide with your own existence.
In creating these narrative themes, her images of the female in the water explore themes of dreams, emotions, fears and memory. The work stems from the way she responds to the spaces, settings and environment — how she perceive the energy in the spaces and their surroundings. Through the imagery generated, Barron explores personal identity as well as relationships to the places near and far.
Drawing from her own life stories, Barron’s images often hit unrestricted references and as well as mythological tales. making the images ethereal. By reducing the specificity of place and time, these images are intentionally left open-ended for viewers to draw their own conclusions based on their own life experiences.
The event is free and open to the public.
There will be a VIP gala Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019 4-6PM contact Sally Eppstein (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 678.642.5300 for details.
Artist's Reception Oct 05 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Exhibition Sep 28 - Nov 03
Blue Heron Nature Preserve
Mon-Sun: 6AM – 11PM
Rose M Barrron's show The Call of Water is located on Woodland Loop, the trail, next to the parking lot by the Blue Heron Nature Preserve's main building. Please follow the signs.