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Photo by Carra Garza

In lieu of the camera, Carra Garza's creative tool is a flatbed scanner, which renders each subject in high optical resolution and a limited depth of field. The resulting images are printed as photographs and re-imagined through a mixed media process. Layers of wax, oil stick, pastel, and transfer are employed as symbols of change and unpredictability that occurs as the evolving natural world journeys through a continuous passage of seasons and time.

While Kari Englehardt's body of work focuses on the intersection between specific native plants that freely grow on either side of the Texas-Mexico border and the possible barriers to their evolutionary success.  Their presence in the region is based on a complex relationship to the environment where they form a biological community irrespective of political borders and nation states. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 15. 
 

In lieu of the camera, Carra Garza's creative tool is a flatbed scanner, which renders each subject in high optical resolution and a limited depth of field. The resulting images are printed as photographs and re-imagined through a mixed media process. Layers of wax, oil stick, pastel, and transfer are employed as symbols of change and unpredictability that occurs as the evolving natural world journeys through a continuous passage of seasons and time.

While Kari Englehardt's body of work focuses on the intersection between specific native plants that freely grow on either side of the Texas-Mexico border and the possible barriers to their evolutionary success. Their presence in the region is based on a complex relationship to the environment where they form a biological community irrespective of political borders and nation states.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 15.

In lieu of the camera, Carra Garza's creative tool is a flatbed scanner, which renders each subject in high optical resolution and a limited depth of field. The resulting images are printed as photographs and re-imagined through a mixed media process. Layers of wax, oil stick, pastel, and transfer are employed as symbols of change and unpredictability that occurs as the evolving natural world journeys through a continuous passage of seasons and time.

While Kari Englehardt's body of work focuses on the intersection between specific native plants that freely grow on either side of the Texas-Mexico border and the possible barriers to their evolutionary success. Their presence in the region is based on a complex relationship to the environment where they form a biological community irrespective of political borders and nation states.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 15.

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REM Gallery
219 E. Park Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78212
http://www.remgallery.com/

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