Ifasma

Barbara Vaughn

January 2016

Barbara Vaughn
Mati
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
46” x 68”
$ 12,000.

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Barbara Vaughn
Ravdosi I
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
40" x 30"
2015
$ 4,500.
 
Barbara Vaughn
Ravdosi II
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
40" x 30"
2015
$ 4,500.
 

Barbara Vaughn
Ohlone
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
60” x 42”
$ 9,500.

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Barbara Vaughn
Kymatoeidis
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
48” x 36”
$ 7,000.

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Barbara Vaughn
Ifantos II
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
28” x 28”
$ 4,600.

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Barbara Vaughn
Ifantos
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
28” x 28”
$ 4,600.

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Barbara Vaughn
Aeraki
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
32” x 28”
$ 4,000.

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Barbara Vaughn
Abenaki
archival pigment print; ed. of 5
78” x 42”
$ 12,500.

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About the Exhibition

The inspiration for Barbara Vaughn’s exciting exhibition at Friesen Gallery springs from specific imagery the artist associates with the Wood River Valley. From Mother Nature’s spectacle of snow blanketing undulating foothills and angular peaks to the creative footprint of the Native American culture, Vaughn has assimilated observances of the local palettes and landscapes for this body of work, following decades of visits to the area. The show, titled Ifasma (Greek translation: textile, material, fabric), features abstracted photographs of water and presents a dialog about textures both natural and manmade. Barbara Vaughn will be in attendance at the opening reception on December 29.