Preview: “There and Back”, Fields & Old, Red Filter Gallery, Lambertville, NJ

In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallerist, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on March 12, 2014 at 1:48 pm











The Red Filter Fine Art Photography Gallery is hosting a new exhibition:

MARK FIELDS’ art and photography has been exhibited in over 30 art galleries and art institutions including Benjamin Mangel Gallery, The Print Center, Nexus Gallery, Walt Whitman Center for the Arts, University City Science Center Gallery, The Main Line Art Center, Villanova University, Philadelphia Art Alliance, St. Joseph’s University, West Chester University, The University of Pennsylvania, Red Filter Gallery, Lambertville and LGTripp Gallery in Philadelphia.

The displayed work is from his Sonata series. “In some images, human figures seem to be either entering or emerging from darkness.  While technically achieving a matter of fact reality, they are both psychologically and literally believable although we know they could not have been captured “straight”.  Working at times on a pixel level, I wanted them to have emotional resonance and that required my technique be of a high and convincing level so that one’s “fantasy” is not disturbed.”

Also appearing in the exhibit, Red Filter Gallery owner Forrest Old will be showing samples from ongoing personal projects. “The work has taken place over the years and the exhibition reflects my interest in industrial subjects.” The focus of the work is art and abstraction in engineered structures.

Both photographers recently appeared in a joint exhibit at Philadelphia’s Twenty-Two Gallery in January.

March 15 – May 4

For more Information: Red Filter Gallery

  1. I enjoyed the exhibit a couple of weeks ago Mr. Old. Great works presented!

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