(Casper, Wyo.) – Scarlow’s Gallery is scheduled to open Michael Flicek’s With & Without photography show Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 at 7 p.m. Two shows in one, With & Without features 18 color photographs of Wyoming landscapes and 30 black and white photographs of great cities of the world spanning from the United States to Europe and China. “Michael’s photography exhibits an intuitive sense of the surroundings he captures,” said Claire Marlow, owner of
“Michael’s photography exhibits an intuitive sense of the surroundings he captures,” said Claire Marlow, owner of Scarlow’s Gallery. “The clarity of his prints perfectly define the details and stories in all of his images. The international destinations of his black and white images in City Life are a welcome breath of fresh air to Casper, while his first color series, Aspen Country, offers a visual familiarity that asks the viewer to look deeper, not only into the wilderness pictured, but into themselves and their experiences within that setting.” “The juxtaposition of his City Life pieces and Aspen Country will make for not only an amazingly beautiful show in
“The juxtaposition of his City Life pieces and Aspen Country will make for not only an amazingly beautiful show in Scarlow’s Gallery, but will also offer an extraordinary example of his ability to invite the viewer into any scene while enticing them to find the stories that lay in his photographs,” Marlow said.
Award-winning photographer Michael Flicek’s photography is featured in both American and international art collections to include the permanent collection of the Bibliothèque National de France, and in books published by the Center for Fine Art Photography as well as in COLOR Magazine. His photographs have been selected for recognition by curators of photography from the Art Institute of Chicago, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the New Mexico Museum of Art and the Bibliothèque National de France in Paris.
Flicek has shown his work in Casper on three previous occasions at the Corridor Gallery.
Scarlow’s Gallery is located in downtown Casper at 122 W Second Street next to Wyoming Camera Outfitters and Goedick’s Arts and Crafts.
Learn more about Michael Flicek, here.