New Exhibition Opens at UW’s Gallery 234
May 24, 2011 — John Fink Jr.'s exhibition "Images of Conscience" and Richard Olveda's exhibition "Circles" can be seen through June 9 in Gallery 234, Room 004 of the University of Wyoming Union.
Fink is a freelance photographer/photo artist and musician living in Pennington, N.J. He enjoys street photography in New York City and towns along the Delaware River. Fink is working on new photo art themed "self."
"In this current political climate where people seem to be inspired with their own well-being instead of the greater good, it seems we are moving in a contrary direction to building a stronger environment for the future," Fink says.
Olveda, a retired graphic artist from Douglas, is now working on "LOOKING GLASS," a series of surreal political commentaries on the current American political zeitgeist. He grew up in Powell and has spent most of his time in the West and Southwest. Olveda served four years as a Wyoming Arts Council board member.
"Forgiven Tears" is among the pieces in "Images of Conscience" on display through June 9 in Gallery 234 of the University of Wyoming Union. (John Fink Jr. Photo)