Landscapes Within Landscapes

Artist: John Paul Caponigro
Mar 21 - May 14, 2023

A form of environmental art in virtual space, John Paul Caponigro’s works are about the nature of perception and perception of nature.

Exhibited internationally, his works have been purchased by private and public collections including The Estee Lauder Collection, Princeton University, and The Smithsonian.

John Paul is a pioneer among visual artists working with digital media. He consults with the corporations that build the tools he uses including Adobe, Apple, Canon, Kodak, and Sony. A member of the Photoshop Hall of Fame, Epson’s Stylus Pros, and X-Rite’s Coloratti, his work is published widely in periodicals and books including Art News and The Ansel Adams Guide.

Author of the video training series R/Evolution and the book Adobe Photoshop Master Class, for over twenty years he has been a contributing editor to a variety of magazines and websites including Camera Arts, Digital Photo Pro, The Huffington Post, and Apple.

A highly sought-after lecturer (Apple, Google, TEDx), he leads unique adventures in the wildest places on earth to help participants creatively make deeper connections with nature and themselves.


Circle of Truth

Group Exhibition
Jun 6 - Jul 25, 2023

Circle of Truth is the visual equivalent of the childhood game where a message whispered in the ear of a first person, then relayed to a second person, a third, and so on until the original message becomes so mangled by its reinterpretation that by the time it arrives at its final understanding the words hardly bear any resemblance to the original.

This domino chain started with a source painting created by Circle of Truth co-curator Shane Guffogg, whose work was delivered anonymously, along with a blank canvas, to the second artist in “the Circle.” Each subsequent artist then received an identical package: the anonymously created previous artist’s painting, a blank canvas, and the instructions to find and paint their response to the “truth” that they saw in the first painting. This chain was repeated to some 49 artists over a period of nine years.