Howard Harris creates photographic images on acrylic, paper, or aluminum bases layered over one another to give dimensionality to his pieces, which appear to change depending on the vantage point of the viewer. On his website (www.hharrisphoto.com) he writes, “Since one’s visual reality only exists in a moment and from one point of view, I set out to create images that mimic life, constantly changing; affected by everything that is part of its space.” The show opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, June 6, at Sugarman Peterson Gallery (130 W. Palace Ave.). Call 505-982-0340.
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