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Indiana Railroad Posters by Chris Rund, Illustrator / Graphic Designer   gallery406

FEBURARY 3, 2012

Indiana Railroad

Chris Rund

Rund’s posters are created entirely in the digital medium for giclée and lithograph printing. His technique is a “hybridization of illustration and graphic design.” The vintage design technique and artificial “rustication” create a visual and visceral link between the modern railroad’s accomplishments.



Street View: Bloomington Scenes by Tom Rhea, Artist   gallery406

APRIL 6, 2012

Street View:
Bloomington Scenes

Tom Rhea

Many of Tom’s paintings, executed in gouache, were featured in the Bloomington Sketchbook published by the Chamber of Commerce in 2004. His work has appeared on the cover of the Chamber’s directory and he has published illustrations in numerous national publications.




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Visual Lingua Franca by Paul Lightfoot, Photographer    gallery406

JUNE 1, 2012

Visual Lingua Franca
Paul Lightfoot

Paul likes visual puzzles whose subject matter may be obsolete, unidentifiable, or without apparent meaning­—whose beauty obviates the need to categorize or classify. His goal is to engage the observer in a kind of visual lingua franca which supplants, or even transcends, verbal discourse. Books with his photographs are available at gallery406.



Bodie: Prospecting in the High Sierras by James Haverstock + Kendall Reeves, Photographers  gallery406

AUGUST 3, 2012

Bodie: Prospecting
in the High Sierras

James Haverstock
+ Kendall Reeves


Take a trip to Bodie, California, an original mining town in the late 1800s where time has all but been forgotten. Once had a population of nearly 10,000 people, only a small part of the town survives, preserved in a state of “arrested decay.”




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2012 Season Sampler, a sampling work from the 2012 archives    gallery406

OCTOBER 5, 2012

Season Sampler
2012 Artists

A sampling of work from the 2012 archives.



Blue Skies / Black Death by Noelle Mason, Photographer   gallery406

DECEMBER 7, 2012

Blue Skies /
Black Death

Noelle Mason

Noelle’s work investigates imaging as a document for corporeal experience of space and time by way of two different photographic methods: pigment print and photogravure. The series returns to the foundational beginnings of photographic representation: the pinhole camera. “Blue skies/black death” references a term familiar to skydivers as a greeting/farewell, and to indicate a fatality during a skydive.



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