John Holmgren/Nick Conbere
Glenn Rudolph

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July 1-30, 2016

Main Gallery, Mezzanine & Eveleth Green Gallery:

Are We There Yet?

Glenn Rudolph
John Holmgren/Nick Conbere
Nick Bosso
Skyler Crady
Lynne Harrison
Chris Heard
Julie Prather
Mindy Siks
Ona Solberg
Laura Stanley

Just in time for summer vacation, Are We There Yet hearkens back to long road trips with the family and also poses the question to the residents of Kittitas County such as “Where are we going?” Simultaneously the exhibit will examine lines, either man-made or natural that define spaces.

Glenn Rudolph who has been documenting the Milwaukee Railroad and its inhabitants for years, and as a recent implant to Central Washington from Seattle, will exhibit a series of images from his career taken near the railroad. Using light as his primary medium, he has captured the story of the disappearing railroad and the people and objects that coexist with the spaces left behind.

John Holmgren’s body of work uses rivers and man-made structures (man caves) to highlight boundaries. Through his photo-montages we rediscover our relationship with the natural environment. We are taken on an expedition to somewhere sometimes unidentifiable, yet always defined.

Upstairs in our Eveleth Green Gallery, we will have a group show of travel photography. There will be a mix of images of both local and international sites presented by photographers from the region including: Nick Bosso, Skyler Crady, Lynne Harrison, Chris Heard, Philippe Kim, Ona Solberg, and Laura Stanley.

Are We There Yet is also a partnership between the Clymer Museum and Gallery and the Kittitas County Historical Museum. Each organization will have displays and exhibits matching the same theme.