In the Quick Center’s new exhibition “Adrift,” Michael Kunzinger presents photographs of water, light and color. The three elements isolate and at the same time come together to present the essence of abstraction.
“I look for images in reflections that occur on the surface of water,” he said. “Although the dreamlike designs are reminiscent of modern abstract paintings, they are entirely real. The effect is achieved by a combination of ripples in the water, the angle of light, water clarity, and other factors. No oils or digital touch-ups are used; the process begins and ends organically with the art created around us by nature.”
The exhibition is open on the Mezzanine Gallery through Nov. 20.
Kunzinger will visit the Quick Center on Tuesday, Sept. 18, to give a