With two very different approaches to monochromatic photography, the photographs of Kelli Abdoney and Sandy Alpert are on display at Red Filter Gallery in Lambertville NJ.
Caithness and Sutherland Landscapes
“I find the landscapes of Caithness and Sutherland quite extraordinary. There is an overwhelming energy in the rugged battered coastlines and a powerful sense of history and prehistory that saturates the land. The 180-degree horizon, which cradles an abundance of weather from dawn to dusk, the sprawling landscapes that have sustained man and the clarity of it’s light are only but a few of Caithness and Sutherland’s physical qualities.” - Kelli Abdoney
The Vertical Expression of Horizontal Desire
“For three minutes, the dancers of the tango allow the music to transport them into another world; one of their own creation. Imagined moments … the stud, the seductress, the prostitute, the cuckold seeking retribution with the much-younger woman who delights in his touch. I watch these fictionalized characters come to life in their faces, in their bodies as they succumb to the seductive rapture of the syncopated rhythms.” - Sandy Alpert
Both artists have exhibited in multiple venues both domestically and internationally and have placed their works in collections spanning a broad area of interest.
Now through November 2
For more information: Red Filter Gallery