Thursday, May 11, 2006

Altered States of Reality Photography Exhibit at Riffe Gallery

Sheep and Standing Stone

The Ohio Art Council's Riffe Gallery is exploring altered states of reality with its latest exhibition opening May 11 and on view through July 9. Altered States will feature more than 100 works of photographic art by 12 artists from Ohio and Kentucky.

Produced by the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati, Altered States is co-curated by Dennis Harrington, director of the Weston Art Gallery, and Dennis Kiel, associate curator of prints, drawings and photographs for the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Participating artists include: Barry Andersen and Diane Kruer (Ft. Thomas, KY); Barbara Houghton (Alexandria, KY); Kimberly Burleigh, Jymi Bolden, Diana Duncan Holmes, Cal Kowal, Guennadi Maslov, Nancy Rexroth and David Rosenthal (Cincinnati); Shawn Scully (Columbus); and Joel Whitaker (Dayton).

Altered States opens May 11 with a reception from 5- 7 p.m. Gallery admission and events are free and open to the public.
The Riffe Gallery is located on the first floor of the Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, on the corner of State and High streets, downtown Columbus, Ohio.

For more information, visit, e-mail or phone 614/644-9624.

Schedule a group tour with Gallery Director Mary Gray at or 614/728-2239.

Image seen here: Sheep and Standing Stone, Avebury England 2002, digital pigment print, 16" x 20" artist: Barry Andersen High resolution images are available upon request. Contact Lacey Luce at or 614/387-5670.

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