Gary Larsen’s new book called “Paths in Life” presents a series of infrared photographs which suggest allegories about opportunities and situations in life. Each “Path” image is described by an adjective that suggests a human condition and portrays a different environment and context of interpretation… but welcomes the viewer to imagine a personal meaning. The 40-page book contains all 18 images in the series and includes a dictionary definition and an interpretive narrative for each thought provoking photograph. It is available at Gary’s upcoming shows and by inquiring directly to the photographer.
The “Paths in Life” series will be showing at the Arkell Museum/Canajoharie Library from August 10th through September 30th. The show can be found at 2 Erie Blvd., Canajoharie, NY. A similar show will be exhibited at the Clifton Park/Halfmoon Public Library for the month of November. The Library is located at 475 Moe Road, Clifton Park, NY.
Gary has two infrared images being shown in the “75th Annual Exhibition by the Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region” running at the Albany Institute of History and Art until September 4th. He has another infrared image included in the” 76th Annual National Juried Art Exhibition” at the Cooperstown Art Association. And he has two other infrared images in the North Country Arts Center juried photography show at the Crandall Library in Glens Falls, NY. One of those photograph called “Passenger Side” was selected for a Juror’s Choice Award.