Luminance

In Luminance, Kevin Uehara’s Modernist abstractions are concerned with the expressive capacity of light, shadow, and form, and the evocation of the unseen, internal vision. Photographing cut material placed on a light table, Uehara explores these constructed worlds to incite a visual, emotional and psychological response in the viewer, suggesting mood and implying an ethereal sense of space.

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Luminance will be on display at the Seattle University Vachon Gallery until June 13th, 2010. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm. For more information & high resolution scans, contact Claire Garoutte, Assistant Professor of Photography at Seattle University.

All work available for purchase. Please visit contact page  here to request print size and price.

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