The Hardy Gallery will present Rendering Intent[ions]: Contemporary Photoworks by Dan Cross, David Graham, and Terri Warpinski. The exhibit examines photography as an artistic medium through the works of three artists who challenge traditional stereotypes of photography.
Dan Cross, whose work has been shown nationally, presents his newest work “Dockside,” a series of photographs that reflect on his childhood summers spent in Door County.
David Graham is a photographer who has worked for major print publications and is known for his documentary-style photographs of the American cultural landscape.
Terri Warpinski explores the complex relationship between personal, cultural and natural histories through her photographic-based mixed media. Over the last four decades, her various projects have taken her throughout the American West and Mexico, Australia, Western and Central Europe, the Middle East, and Iceland.
The exhibit will be on view from Sept. 1 – Oct. 8. The opening reception is on Sept. 1 5:30-7 pm. This is the final exhibit of the Hardy Gallery’s exhibition schedule for the season. For more information visit thehardy.org. The gallery is located at 3083 Anderson Lane, Ephraim.