Ray Berry spends some part of most everyday outdoors in rural Ashland, recording the demonstrations of time, weather, land changes, atmosphere and slight evidences of migratory animals. Much of his work is along the river, much of it is painted in spite of environmental inconveniences - biting winds, freezing drizzle, and baking sun. These poetically impressionistic paintings are a daily record of Berry’s surroundings, composed from a mixture of truth and sensation.
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Earlier Event: June 7Cry of the Cicada: Photographs by Bill Mauzy
Later Event: August 2Memorial: Bolanle Adeboye, Richelle Claiborne, Leslie M. Scott-Jones