Architecture & Landscape

Royse Contemporary photography exhibition highlights the beauty of nature and design found around the country

Royse Contemporary presents “Exposure: Architecture & Landscape,” a small group photography exhibition highlighting captivating imagery of both architecture and landscapes found around the country. The photography showcases the beauty of nature and the simplicity and elegance of great design with a refreshing new perspective and artistry.

This first Royse Contemporary photography exhibition will be on display Dec. 6 – 29. It features four Arizona-based artists: Marilyn Szabo, Andrew Pielage, Peter Brian Klein and Johnny Kerr.

Each artist creates striking and powerful imagery that represents their unique style, distinct voice, keen eye for detail and mastery of their medium.

“I have developed a strong relationship and deep respect for each artist and their work over the years and am ecstatic to showcase them in Scottsdale at Royse Contemporary,” curator Nicole Royse says.

An artist reception will be held Dec. 13, 2018, from 7 – 10 p.m. offering an opportunity to meet the artists and curator.


Exposure: Architecture & Landscape

Dec. 6 – 29

Marshall Square complex at 7077 E. Main St., Suite 6, Scottsdale

For more information about Royse Contemporary or for mentioned artists, visit roysecontemporary.com.

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