Goldberg’s Photography Draws Crowd to Saguache
New York based artist and writer Ariel Goldberg made a big splash on 4th Street last Saturday, May 21 at her “Straight Photography” show at The Range in downtown Saguache. The photography exhibit grew a hearty crowd of artists and art-lovers, officially kicking off the Summer Art Show Season!
Goldberg spoke about her process of taking pictures and read essays about the various situations that created the more than 40 photographs that surrounded the exhibition attendees. From the Daliesque “Ladders” photo to the reflective “Newslip,” Goldberg’s collection represents urban living in all its glory, and obstacles. No doubt after years of experience, her professional eye is drawn to the unusual, just sitting there waiting to be captured, and then shared with people in places far from New York, like Saguache, Colo!
This was Goldberg’s first visit to Saguache and she was looking forward to exploring the beauty of the San Luis Valley with her girlfriend during her trip to Colorado. All of her work on display at last Saturday’s exhibit is available for purchase; she may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to the art gallery’s website, The Range will be hosting a couple of other artists this summer, although no dates were published yet. The Range Hosting is described as an artist space for exhibitions, events, and visiting artists. It was established in 2015 by Alex DeCarli & Adrienne Garbini. The Range is located at 307 4th Street and visitors are encouraged to ring the bell or by set an appointment.