Photographer Jim Wysong brings together a adore for geology, pictures, and the outside in Southwest Monochromes, an on the web exhibition of his black-and-white pictures of the region’s landscapes, ruins, and other subjects. In advance of signing up for the team at the Santa Fe Neighborhood College or university, where by he oversees educational functions in the College of Liberal Arts and the School of Arts, Design and style, and Media Arts, Wysong was a regular customer to the region. “I like this land for its beauty and majesty,” Wysong says in a assertion. “I also have a deep regard and affinity for the Indigenous folks of this location, and for the traces left behind by their ancestors. There is an aesthetic quality manifest in their art and architecture that speaks to factors that resonate across cultures.” In this overall body of operate, Wysong sought to recreate the experience encouraged by legendary visuals of the West taken in the early 20th century, pictures that replicate what he phone calls “The West of the Creativeness.” The virtual exhibition is out there at sfcc.edu/southwest-monochromes through Aug. 12. Constrained entry to the exhibition at SFCC’s Visual Arts Gallery is out there by appointment only. Contact Linda Cassel at [email protected] or 505-428-1501 to schedule an appointment.