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“Provence Holga” by John Hames and
“New Works” by Michael Sherman

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 21, 2006, 5-9 p.m.
Show Dates: September 19 – October 12, 2006

Providence, RI (August 12, 2006) Please join us at Gallery Z on Thursday, September 21 from 5-9 p.m. for the opening of “Provence Holga” and “New Works,” an exhibition of photography and painting by artists John Hames and Michael Sherman. The show will be on display from September 19 through October 12, 2006. Both artists will be present at the opening reception.

John Hames studied photography and filmmaking at Savannah College of Art and Design and received his MFA in Photography in 2002. Hames says that the birth of his first son in 1979 and a life altering six month journey through Europe and North Africa brought about his dedication to serious photography. His art often has a strong focus on interpersonal relationships and expresses the connection between himself and the subject being photographed. Hames believes that “emotional and intellectual interpretations of experience are the true subjects of this photographic work, approached with child-like curiosity; where the inner world encounters the outer world…yet often given a simple, lyrical charm.” Hames currently teaches at Rhode Island School of Design’s Continuing Education program and at Rhode Island College. Hames’ latest work has been created by the use of a Holga camera and will be featured in the upcoming show.

Michael Sherman, of Columbus, Ohio attended Rhode Island School of Design where he graduated with a BFA in Illustration in 2003. He spent his senior year studying abroad in Italy, and upon graduating Sherman moved to Germany for a one-year residency. Since the completion of his degree, Sherman’s work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally and has won numerous awards. He is a member of the local Providence Art Club and the Art Access Gallery in Bexley, Ohio. Sherman’s most recent work is focused on the urban setting of Italy as well as New York, where he currently resides.

There will also be a display in Gallery Z’s public art window from September 19 through October 12 created by the Meals on Wheels organization. Meals on Wheels is a non-profit organization that provides senior citizens and mentally disabled members of the community with healthy, affordable meals.