Kintsugi: Healing Cracked Spaces Featuring the artwork of Brigitte Carnochan, Daniel Miller, Tim Rice and Leah Virsik

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Saturday, 17 June 2017 to Thursday, 17 August 2017
Saturday, 17 June 2017 - 2:00pm

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hotoCentral presents Kintsugi: Healing Cracked Spaces featuring the artwork of Brigitte Carnochan, Daniel Miller, Tim Rice and Leah Virsik. The four artists in Kintsugi use process to reveal life’s mysteries. 

Brigitte Carnochan uses personal specificities to create universal narratives. Her work explores survival and loss by reconstructing history. She explores the cracks in life that make us human, sharing commonalities of love, loss, and healing. Daniel Miller uses Instagram postings and personal narrative to examine the tribulations of fate and family history in the face of past and present tragedy. Overall the work is about survival and overcoming odds. Tim Rice creates canvases with atmospheric qualities that quietly demand us to feel. Sometimes brooding, at times moody, but always dimensional, his pieces are kinesthetic and entropic while suggesting the orderly systems of organic experience. Leah Virsik’s work suggests narratives and healing structures in assemblages and associations. Her pieces are intimate and physical inviting the viewer to engage and touch. Through tactile interactions, Virsik encourages us to become involved in her process. 

There will be a public reception on Saturday, June 17  from 2-5 pm. There is also a gallery talk on Tuesday, June 27 from 7-9 pm. Both events are free, and all are invited. The exhibition continues through August 17. 

The PhotoCentral Gallery is located at 1099 E Street, Hayward, California and is open Monday from 5 pm -10 pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 10 am-1 pm and by appointment.  

PhotoCentral offers quality artwork in its gallery and outstanding facilities for the dedicated photographic artist with classes, workshops, darkrooms and a matting facility. Expand your creativity in a supportive community! Visit PhotoCentral today. 

For more information, please contact PhotoCentral at 510-881-6721 and Visit PhotoCentral on the web at where you will find information on classes, workshops, and other events.


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