“Refracted: Shade and Light” brings to light thirteen wonderful artists, all with varied backgrounds and inspirations. This exhibition, showing over three months, showcases a myriad of approaches to photography.

In this exhibition powerful visual storytelling, stunning impressions, as well as unique techniques are all displayed.

Inspired by 20th century painters such as Mondrian and Stella (whose works seek to escape the limits of the viewfinder), Jean-Paul Picard creates unorthodox photography. Blurred shapes and sharp lines make up these fragmented, yet cohesive, images, founded through his technique of moving the camera across the picture plane. In his hand bent aluminum prints, his two dimensional photographs transcend into the third dimension.