New York City based freelance photographer Andrew Williams says that Archetypes, his current exhibit at The Magnolia Gallery, was inspired by a dream he had. According to Williams, the exhibit of photographic art is "based on geometry within architecture" and the "images have a formulaic feel and are meant to portray the term 'archetype' as accurately and graphically as possible." The exhibit displays architecture, city life, and cultural references through shots that have been somewhat skewed, by use of layering and rotating them. The Magnolia Gallery hosts Andrew Williams: Archetypes through August 3. Admission is free and the art is available for viewing or purchase during regular theater hours. Visit magnoliagallerydallas.com for more info.
June 30-Aug. 3, 2011