Orah Moore – Coming to VCAM

Making Art: Photographic Work – Old and New

also featuring: Laundry Line Art – an Interactive Installation” an installation that starts with 45 days worth of art, (one per day), by Orah Moore and ends with work by you in a “Make and Take” interactive piece.

First Friday Opening: June 3rd 5-8pm
Jazz Duo: Carrie Cook and Marty Powers
Making Art, is a collection of several bodies of work by Morrisville artist, Orah Moore.
Viewing her work at VCAM, you will visit the ranching life of Montana cowboys, and the people and places of rural Guacimal, Costa Rica. Moore seeks out the everyday, the common man, even the mundane to fill the camera lens and give this back to the viewer. In the RETN space, Moore presents a new series, “Faces of Vermont”, mostly B&W images in a panoramic format that is informed by her Montana work in the past. In the hallway bridging the two venues, you will find framed iconic images from Moore’s Vermont and Adirondack landscape work.

On the opposite wall you will enjoy a “Make & Take” installation featuring collage and mixed media artwork for the viewer to enjoy and exchange with their own work brought from home or created on site. This laundry line of work will change and look very different at the end of the three months, and drives right to the heart of Moore’s love of the art process and its accessibility.

VCAM/RETN Art Space
208 Flynn Avenue #2-G (building behind FLYNNDOG, lakeside loading ramp, last door)
(802) 651-9692
www.vermontcam.org

Open Monday – Friday, 10-10, Saturday, 10-5

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