Laura McPhee, Laura Wilson, Luis Gonzáles Palma and Jack Spencer present their photographic view of our western lands and the environments they live in.

SPECIAL EVENT Gallery Party, November 25th, 4-6pm


Laura McPhee has been photographing Idaho and the greater Western States for decades.  McPhee displays her color images shot with a large format Deardorff  box camera in galleries and museums across America.  Laura Wilson creates her black and white gelatin silver prints and Archival pigment prints depicting people and places out side of the mainstream of life in America, including cowboy culture and groups like the Hutterites from Montana and the Idaho border.  Luis Gonzáles Palma's photography focuses on the plight of the indigenous Mayas and the Mestizo people of Guatemala and native cultures in Central and South America.  Palmas work has been featured in Museums and galleries around the world including multiple exhibitions at the renown Venice Biennially.  Jack Spencer tones and paints his Black and White photos to portray an aged patina that adds a sense of mystery to his iconic images of the West and Deep South and the people and environs that give such deep sense of character of place.  All of these artists have elegant books that chronicle their creative work and are available at the gallery which you can view on our website library