David Kempton's photography challenges and informs the intellect. Since the 1970s, he has been finding echoes of human emotions and longings in natural and urban settings, exploring our effects on the natural environment, particularly through the electrical grid.
Recently, he has been branching out into new exploration of art and text, with extended sequences for storytelling. In this newly created exhibit, the artist invites the viewer to experience photography with titles that are, or could be, the first lines of haiku.
Colleen Abbott Gallery | December 9 - January 19, 2020