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Thursday - Sunday

Noon - 5pm


Exhibition: April 6-30, 2023

In this exhibition Carl considers a dilemma that presents itself to artists, writers and musicians sooner or later – what to do with all the false starts, true beginnings and half-edited /unfinished projects that ceaselessly accumulate. What do they represent? Should they concern us? Are they as enduring as those works considered finished?




IPC Winner


Wrecks and Ruins

by P. H. Williams

Exhibition: May 4-28, 2023
Opening: Thursday, May 4, 6-8pm
Artist Talk: Sunday, May 14, 2pm

North America, with its insatiable appetite for all things new, leaves much of what was once valued to fall down or rust away. 

“Wrecks & Ruins “ presents images of these left-behinds of the consumer society to be viewed as "beautiful neglect”.


Exhibition: May 4-28, 2023
Opening: Thursday, May 4, 6-8pm
Artist Talk: Sunday, May 14, 2pm

For each of us early life experiences and traumas produce long term conditioning, constructed ways of dealing with reality and going through life. Counting the Walls intends to shed light on these psychological spaces where we often wander unconsciously and which make us a prison to ourselves.

Through a first-person perspective viewers are invited to reflect upon the relationship between physical and psychological spaces as a first step in identifying personal prisons.


ViewPoint Gallery International Photography Competition April 2023

Since 2013, ViewPoint Gallery has held a competition open to photographers located in any country around the world, with no restrictions on subject matter. The images are reviewed by an independent jury, and the winning 12 photographs are displayed through the year at ViewPoint Gallery.


Saturday, May 6, 2023

10am to Noon

Print reviews are open to the public! Bring your prints (any size, framed or not) for a review led by a Gallery Member. If you've ever wondered what others think of your work but were too shy to ask or always received the dreaded "It's nice" response, this is your opportunity. We hope to see you there!

While masking is no longer required, all participants are encouraged to wear masks during the print review, for the safety of all participating.


Autumn Cool

Allison Plass, USA

Artist Statement

In my series Hold Me Tight, I explore moments of vulnerability and intimacy between my husband and two teenage sons, often while on family vacations in nature. A kind of sensory aliveness takes hold and I see their changing bodies, in adolescence and midlife, register so
much feeling. The sculptural quality of their forms reminds me of early ideas of classical beauty, and the stories and struggles of manhood in Ancient Greek myth. Their physical interactions too, distilled in a photograph, reveal heightened tensions of closeness that are familiar scenes throughout the history of Western art, yet speak to a resonance I might not otherwise see in daily life or in contemporary representations of male relationships. Inspired by art history, psychology, and Greek myth, I explore the question of whether there exists an inherently masculine experience and reflect on the biases of our own cultural moment of narrow societal ideas of manhood. In this mythic space, an epic love story emerges between fathers, sons, and brothers which feels like unexplored territory in a traditionally homophobic American landscape.


Allison Plass is a Fine Art photographer living in NYC. She received her MA in Art History at UC Santa Barbara with a focus on gender and representation in European Art, and completed the Advanced Track Program at the International Center of Photography. Her portrait work draws inspiration from art history and ancient myths that continue to shape the collective imagination and the stories we carry about our own lives. She has shown her work both nationally and internationally and has received several awards and distinctions.

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