Communications professional and artist Thomas Koenig will present the architectural photography exhibit “Lines and Structures” at West Main Artists Co-op Feb. 5 through March 2.
The exhibit is constructed around architectural photography and how lines shape the skylines of cities and define structures. “Often the lines, shapes, and structures of buildings create textures in a city’s landscape,” Koenig said. “It can be one individual detail on a building or the combination of different line systems on different buildings that create interesting content.
Color can intensify the lines of architectural structures and build its own texture, but color lives from the reflection of light, so the light positioning on a building creates its own lines, shape and textures. Signage, too, represents its own system of lines and structures and can destroy or accommodate a cityscape.”
The exhibit will be open for free public viewing Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The free and public reception will be Thursday, Feb. 21, 5-9 p.m. during the city monthly ArtWalk. It will be one of three exhibits in February.