September 12-October 20
The Annex at the Bush Barn Art Center | 600 Mission St. SE Salem
Kim W. Fink’s work primarily is an act of exploration and discovery. Working with a vocabulary of accumulated images drawn largely from contemporary mass-media, and influenced by everyday objects, myth, relational concepts, philosophy, literature and political and social concerns, he creates a fusion of cultural realities that explore objective verses subjective visions and develop a synthesis between image and meaning. Kim says, “These arrangements attempt to create a resonance between color and objects and the space they occupy, creating a visual poetry.”
Salem Art Association exhibitions are always free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday from 10 am-5 pm, and Saturday-Sunday from Noon-5 pm (Annex hours may vary on weekends, please call in advance: 503-581-2228).