Photographs – Landscapes

June 18 – July 6, 1984

McPherson Library Gallery

A series of intimate landscapes discovered amidst open, public places. The images are enclosed within their own enigmatic world and together they exude ominous ambiance. They contain a thriller-like narrative whereby the continuity is full of suspense but lacks a definite beginning and a conclusive end.

About the Artist:

This exhibition was created by photographer Arthur Nishimura, who does not attempt to communicate a preconceived idea or image; rather, he discloses his intuitive response to the subject matter.

To learn more about Nishimura and his work, watch this video. He has taught in the University of Calgary, the University of Alberta, and the Emily Carr School of Art.