Within the Four Seasons exhibition, Martin Rollins’ explores this as a visual allegory in subject matter both familiar and fresh in his artwork; the urban landscape of Louisville. They are pictures of spring, summer, fall and winter. But they don’t fall prey to visual tropes often used to signify these distinctive times of the year. Instead, we are offered images of recognizable places subtly rendered through light, color and form that serve as a meditation on time and place, refined through the artist’s lifelong love affair with the architecture and landscape of Louisville.
The Big Snow
Updated: Jan 10, 2020