Quogue Gallery in Quogue, NY presents “Beyond the Sea”, a solo exhibition of new work opening August 27 from 5:00 to 7:00, with an Artist Talk at 6:00. The show runs through September 30.
Friesen Gallery in Sun Valley, ID presents “Upon Further Reflection”, a solo show opening Friday, September 3 from 5:00 – 7:30 pm. The work presents a fresh prospecting on my water imagery following experimentation with a variety of new mediums, processes, and techniques during isolation.
HybridArt in Budapest, Hungary presents “Water”, a dual exhibition of my photographs with abstract paintings by Tom Lieber, through November 26.
June 2nd, from 4 – 7 pm is the opening of MAYDAY, my second solo show at KMR Arts.
Dolby Chadwick Gallery celebrates its 20th anniversary with a group show, “Artist as Subject”, which runs from July 10 through September 2.
Photography dealer Kathy McCarver Root, who opened her gallery KMR Arts in 2007, is presenting “Synthesi”, a solo exhibition which opens on Saturday, July 30th from 4:00-7:00 pm in Washington, CT. Show continues through Oct. 1st.
Art advisors for the Denver-based developer of a new residential high-rise in downtown San Francisco commissioned a unique series of Bay Area reflections for display throughout the property.
“Barbara Vaughn combines her love of water and an appetite for abstraction and distills an inventive formula that ‘springs from an unexpected confluence of nature and the man-made world….’ For this artist, inspiration comes from the magic of harnessing water’s inherent ability to mirror and transform the appearance of objects in and around it. Vaughn […]
During the summer of 2011 in Greece, I started noticing and documenting unusual reflections in the water which occurred in certain conditions. The motion of the water created distorted the reflections, and my camera froze the movement, capturing abstracted images in a split-second.
Welcome to my blog! Starting with my first camera and darkroom in 1974, I’ve been entrenched in the world of B&W representational photography, captured on Tri-X film. Here begins my pursuit of the polar opposite — pixels capturing abstraction and color.