Description: Cerbera Gallery presents: Seeking Inclination Questions of the uncanny Landscapes, from near and far Places by Randee Pollarine April '18 Randee Pollarine’s first ever solo exhibition features her journey through the BFA program at the Kansas City Art Institute. Seeking a degree in Photography, Pollarine explores questions of the uncanny landscapes, from near and far places. As an emerging artist, Pollarine captures various ways of seeing as a painter and photographer through the idea of the enclosed frame. "Seeking Inclination", is nearly four years of discovery within the American Rockies, and the spiritual and enlightening research that follows. Using the camera as a tool, she ventures out into the mountainous landscape to acquire knowledge from the analog masters. Armed with a Large Format camera, Pollarine uncovers extraordinary scenes of the highly saturated spaces within Rocky Mountain National Park. April 5 – April 29 , 2018 Opening Reception April 6, 6-9pm Collectors Reception April 6, 4-6pm R.S.V.P. EXTENDED: m·w·a·s·o·c monochromatic with a splash of colors editions, photographs & paintings Exhibited artists include: Josef Albers, Joan Hernandez Pijuan, Ulrich Behl, Guenther Uecker, George Warren Rickey, Ralf Ziervogel, Rudy Autio, Angie Jennings, Dirk Reinartz and Nick Schleich. Location: Cerbera Gallery 2011 Baltimore Ave, Kansas City, MO 64108 Phone: 844-202-9303 E-Mail: email@example.com Event URL: https://cerberagallery.com/seeking-inclination/ Submitted by: Philipp Eirich Cerbera Gallery, Inc.