Riverside Silos/Shaping Spaces Ricardo Barros; Autin Wright

March 23 - May 4

Photographer Ricardo Barros and sculptor Autin Wright present a study of light, shadow and form. Barros’ Riverside Silos Series was photographed over a five year period, focusing on the industrial landscape outside of Barros’ studio. Autin Wright’s sculpture demonstrate superior skills in a variety of materials. Throughout his career, he has worked in wood, marble, bronze, iron, aluminum and fiberglass. This diversity of materials provides the artist with unique ways to express his creativity and allows him to showcase his technical mastery.


Ricardo Barros

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