The Orland Art Center Gallery will present its newest exhibit beginning June 7, “Triple Exposure: Crosscurrents.”

“Strong design is in full display with these powerful photographs, many in black and white,” it was stated in an announcement from the art center.

One of the featured artists, James Canter, presents street photography that captures encounters in random incidents in people’s lives, according to the announcement. Each photograph tells a different story.

Stephanie Luke focuses her photographs’ stories on the character of arboreal landscape – her series title “Limbs” offers subtle surprises.

According to the announcement, “Harvey Spector’s Israel and Jordan portfolio provides sharply contrasting images of beauty and austerity amid moving expressions of religious devotion.”

The Artists Reception will be on June 7 from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. at the Orland Art Center Gallery, 732 Fourth St., Orland. 

There will be refreshments provided by the Fourth Street Cafe and Natalie Fox, a young pianist, will perform on the baby grand piano. 

During the Show and Sale, June 7 through July 20, the gallery will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 1 p.m.-6 p.m.

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