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March 19th, 2012
(Press Release courtesy of The Amerind Foundation)
What: Walls, Windows and Doors, an exhibit by professional photographer Joe Kozlowski
Where: The Amerind Museum (www.amerind.org)
When: May 1-December 31, 2012
Exhibit description: Professional photographer Joe Kozlowski’s stunning photography examines the Walls, Windows and Doors of the American Southwest’s ancient ruins and historic structures. The photographer captures the artistry of ancient architectural elements, likening them to abstract impressionist paintings. For Kozlowski, the subject matter is a metaphor for human interaction: walls which isolate us, windows that provide us with insights into each other, and doors that help us connect. The changing nature of these structures from ancient Native American towns to recent Spanish Colonial churches poses questions for us. How have the functions of walls, windows and doors changed over time and between the cultures that created...
August 21st, 2010
The Battle of Picacho Peak or the Battle of Picacho Pass was an engagement of the American Civil War on April 15, 1862 and is noted as being the western most battle of the war. The action occurred all around Picacho Peak, 50 miles (80 km) northwest of Tucson, Arizona. It was fought between a Union cavalry patrol from California and a party of Confederate pickets from Tucson.
Joe Kozlowski, a Tucson area photographer has just released a series of photographs that revisit that battle with the help of area Civil War re-enactors, capturing the feel and spirit of that by gone era.
The series may be viewed at Joe’s web site at joe-kozlowski.artistwebsites.com in association with FineArtAmerica. Individual images are available as framed prints in a variety of sizes, as greeting cards, as posters or printed on stretched canvas.
August 3rd, 2010
Tucson, AZ - Joe Kozlowski, Tucson area photographer, has added a number of images from his "Ancient Walls, Windows and Doors" series to his on-line gallery offering. The images focus on the ruin of Chaco Canyon, and Aztec, New Mexico, and Mesa Verde, Colorado.
Asked about the images, Joe said, "My fascination with walls, windows and doors originates in their symbolism (at least for me). Walls are the separation between here and there; between one place and another another place; between inside and outside ... between one person and another. Windows and doors are the connection between here and there ... and metaphorically, the connection points between people."