Stanford Art Spaces
February 18, 2005 to April 14, 2005, Stanford Art Spaces features this exhibit:

Gerald Huth
Mixed Media
Dennis Kohn
Photographic Art
Dennis Lau
Ethnographic Photography

Bharat Ceremonial © 2005

On the Road to Mucktinath © 2005

Bukitan Mother & Child, 1971 © 2005


This exhibit is located on the Stanford University campus, primarily in the Center for Integrated Systems (CIS). The building is open 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. A directory is available at the CIS reception desk.

Most works are for sale directly from the artists. For information, contact M. Grossman, Curator, at (650) 725-3622 or marigros@stanford.edu

Gerald Huth
 
Dance of Life © 2005

My art has always been a reflection of the events in my life and in the world around me. I feel it is the artist’s role to fulfill the “human expression” of the time in which we live. I combine many different materials in my “construction /paintings”, which blend oil painting on shaped canvasses with wood sculpture, integrating the illusion of the painted surface with the solidity of the sculptural forms. My collages combine many different papers, as well as a wide variety of drawing techniques, exploring color, texture, and form. The human figure is nearly always present, combined with the forms of Nature, and frequently with influences from the arts of other cultures and civilizations. My work tries to show the tangible relationship Man has with his environment.


For more Gerald Huth art, click here.




Dennis Kohn
 
Pac Bell Park / SBC © 2005

Spires © 2005

Dennis Kohn, professional photographer, teacher, world traveler, image maker, pioneer, environmentalist, and student of life, is as diverse as his background indicates. He currently sells photographic art worldwide to individuals and corporations. Dennis has won numerous awards for his images: from the white-washed villages of Greece, and the remote villages of rural China; to the wonderful waters of Tahiti, and the history of two European countries Spain & Portugal; the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts of Turkey, and his latest collections from Thailand, Israel and Nepal. In addition to his worldly travels, his renown work of the San Francisco landscape as well as his work from Yosemite, Lake Tahoe, and the Sonoma and Napa wine country have made him a prominent figure in the Bay Area’s photographic world. His Dimensional Overlay images are unique and have been featured in many of the trade magazines. Awards have been received from “Professional Photographers of America”, from “Travel and Leisure Magazine”, and from art festivals at which he has participated.


For more Dennis Kohn photographs, click here.




Dennis Lau
 
Nomadic Penans, 1978 © 2005

Boat Family, 1980 © 2005

Dennis Lau, a Sarawakian of mixed Chinese Melanau descent, has worked in virtually every corner of Sarawak, Sabah, and Brunei. He sees his role as that of a chronicler of the changes and upheavals facing the Sarawak’s native peoples in a time of rapid changes in Borneo. His unique images of the Penan are the result of extended field trips, living their nomadic lifestyle and sharing their culture. These photographs clearly demonstrate the deep respect and high regard that Dennis feels for Borneo’s indigenous people. Yet they are not merely ethnographic records; many of his black and white studies are classic examples of portraiture.


For more Dennis Lau photographs, click here.



Most works are for sale directly from the artists. For information, contact M. Grossman, Curator, at (650) 725-3622 or marigros@stanford.edu
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