Aaron Usher III presents “Ice Abstractions” photography exhibit at Central Library for February 2019 Opening reception & networking Tuesday, February 12, 2018 at 5-7:30 PM
(CRANSTON, RI) - The Cranston Public Library announces an upcoming art exhibit by photographer Aaron Usher in the James T. Giles Community Room exhibit space at Central Library for February 2019. Perfectly timed for this season’s cold climate, Mr. Usher’s black and white photographs explore the intricate patterns from viewing frozen ice up close. An opening reception of this exhibit, and the opportunity to network with the artist, will be held on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 from 5:00-7:30 PM and is open to the public. Central Library is located at 140 Sockanossett Cross Road, Cranston, RI.
Aaron Usher III is a commercial photographer who specializes mainly in architectural and interior photography for over three decades. His photo assignments take him throughout New England and the East Coast, and his work has been published in over 330 books, magazines and websites. “This collection started as ‘a means to escape’ other facets of my work that tend to be rigid and precise,” he states. “The [ice] abstractions allowed my mind’s eye to roam wildly in a space approximately 6-12” in front of me. I started seeing and feeling the images as they unfolded.” The photographs on exhibit capture ice crystals that are microscopic and “stratospheric,” according to the artist.
This exhibit is free and open to the public to view during Central Library’s open hours February 2-26, 2019. Learn more about Aaron Usher III photography at www.aaronusher.com
“Ice Abstraction 9875,” black & white photograph by Aaron Usher
Installation photo of Aaron Usher’s Ice Abstractions photography exhibit at Central Library
“Ice Abstraction 5747: Ships at Sea,” black & white photograph by Aaron Usher