Take a moment.
In the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, how often do you just stop what you’re doing and survey your surroundings? If you’re like most people, probably not often. But, if you’re like Steve McKenzie and Linda Omelianchuk, those moments of peace – even in the midst of a hectic day in the city – provide the most clarity.
In an upcoming show, Urban Abstractions, featuring the collaborative photographic works of Steve and Linda, you’ll be able to experience those moments, captured in stunning images, usually in places one doesn’t always notice.
Urban graffiti found on boxcars, winding their way through Atlanta – turned into fine art.
Abstract photos taken by simply looking UP in a busy metropolis.
It’s all there, right under our noses. Or, in some cases, above our heads, and all we need to do is take notice, as Steve and Linda do so beautifully in their images, on show through Urban Abstractions in the steve mckenzie’s showroom from October 2 – November 5.
Help us kickoff this fantastic show at the opening reception, this Thursday, October 2, from 5 – 8PM, taking place at steve mckenzie’s. At this event, guests will be invited to become artists themselves, and contribute to a new piece of urban art!
As part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography‘s 2014 Festival, Urban Abstractions reunites Steve and Linda in the form of photography, a new medium in their creative relationship, which spans more than 25 years.
We look forward to celebrating Atlanta’s photographic arts and the Urban Abstractions show with you this Thursday evening!