2005 1/2 Madison Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45208
Aperture: Shedding Light on the Photographs of Jane Alden Stevens, Devin Stoddard, and Connie Sullivan
September 28-October 27
Friday October 5, 5 pm-8 pm
ap·er·ture /.ap.r.CH.r/ noun. 1. An opening, hole, or gap. 2. A space through which light passes in an optical or photographic instrument, esp. the variable opening by which light enters a camera.
Aperture highlights the photography of Cincinnati artists Jane Alden Stevens, Devin Stoddard, and Connie Sullivan. In photography, the aperture is the element located between the lens and film that controls the ebb and flow of light. Aperture explores approaches to image clarity and visibility, and the opportunities afforded the artist to manipulate imagery.
The Phyllis Weston Gallery exhibits an eclectic collection of high quality fine art, including painting, sculpture, photography, and mixed media. The gallery represents established and emerging artists, many with Cincinnati roots, as well as world-renowned artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.