Stream Seams an exhibit by Bob Coleman
- November 3, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Stream Seams – An abstract look at the ever-changing flow of small streams.
As a fly fisherman Bob Coleman learned to read stream seams and riffles to figure out where the trout are most likely to stage for feeding. As a photographer he became interested in these same characteristics in the streams. Bob quickly realized that even though the water is always traveling over the same obstacles, the movement of the water over those obstacles is ever-changing creating a different path faster than the eye or camera can can see.
This body of work is a look at some stream seams in the area.
Venue: PSNWA Gallery & Studio
Parking available behind the building.