January 28 - April 28, 2005
January 28 through April 28, 2005 the Mildred Hawn Gallery is exhibited six photographic collages by Jeffrey Junkin, MFA candidate in photography.
In the words of the Artist:
"My particular style of photography is the construction of multiple frames that are assembled together to create a whole. By juxtaposing frames taken at different distances to create a single panorama my goal is to enable the viewer to deduce or imagine the correlation between early Native Americans’ sacred and residential places and the surrounding landscapes. This exhibit includes sites from Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Colorado. The photographs include a beautiful stream around Spiro Mounds in Oklahoma, which served as a primary water source for Native Americans of that region. Capturing the culture through nature and the spiritual qualities of this area was a stirring experience."