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Art Exhibit at Phoenix Village

Richard Carlton London, a Chester County photographic artist is exhibiting his works at Phoenix Village in downtown Phoenixville for the first quarter of 2018. The exhibit of modern photography is titled “Window Reflections”.

Ever walked down the street and observe for a brief moment an amazing reflection in the window of a building here in Phoenixville? Of course you have. We all do! Richard Carlton London captures that moment in his unusual photographic moments of reflection. He observes, studies and deconstruct the moment most of us see in a brief glance in our hurried days. London calls his work “pedestrian” because he takes photographs from a pedestrian’s point of view. However the results are unique, colorful, often abstract and above all contemporary. “They are intended for interior spaces where color and conversation are sought. I price it affordably and prefer to print on metal - art should be temporary and recyclable.”

The Window Reflections exhibit at Phoenix Village begins December 30 and goes to March 31.

More on the artist at http://richardcarltonlondon.com
Phoenix Village can be found at http://www.phxvillage.com/phoenix-village-phoenixville-pa

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