Ginger Bruner – Unnatural Landscapes
July 25, 2017 – August 24, 2017
Winchester Cultural Center Gallery,
3130 McLeod Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89121
Opening Reception on Friday, July 28 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Unnatural Landscapes is an exhibition by Ginger Bruner that explores her fascination with light, space, neon, and gold leaf. Bruner has been documenting Las Vegas and its surrounding landscape – refining and exploring her practice and the medium of photography.
Third generation Nevadan Ginger Bruner got her start in art as a small child, when her grandmother Lucille Spire Bruner, an artist and art educator taught her art foundations from color theory, to composition, to perspective. At 19, while working at the Nevada School of the Arts, she learned the basics of photography. Six months later she began to work in photojournalism. Since than she has delved into all aspects of photography, including a twenty-year exploration of the creative possibilities of digital photography in fine art. As Lead Photographer for "Our Las Vegas," a collaborative artist-run project, she documents views of Las Vegas and its environs.