April 1, 2004—May 8, 2004 | Reception Thursday, April 1st, 6-8PM
Glenn Rudolph’s large-scale color photographs act as stories, chronicling the Northwest; its changing landscapes, its community events, and its people. Through a creative and artistic approach, his work investigates the complexity and contrasts of contemporary life. The images capture a world situated between beauty and something less. They are in a sense short stories.