Finding stillness in fast moving times

March 30 2016

Finding stillness in fast moving times

NATIVE American artist, Cara Romero, is coming to Bristol this April to give a talk about her photography and artwork.

A selection of her ‘Water Memories’ photographs can currently be seen at Rainmaker Gallery, Coldharbour Road, as part of the ‘STILL’ exhibition of Native American fine art photography on display until the end of May. The photographs show an immersed environment where the Native American figures are portrayed under the water surface, suspended in a drowned landscape to illustrate relationships between people, water and life.

The talk will take place at Redland Quaker Meeting House, 126 Hampton Rd on April 21, from 3-4pm.

This will followed by a special artist’s reception with Cara Romero and her husband, the celebrated Pueblo Indian potter, Diego Romero, from 68pm at Rainmaker Gallery. This is the first of three exhibitions marking the 25th year of Rainmaker bringing contemporary Native American art to the UK.

To book for the artist’s talk contact jo@rainmakerart.co.uk or telephone 0117 9443101.