"Celebrating summer in a fanciful way, the Panopticon presents yet another stunning exhibition — a stylish and colorful showing of the work of three masterful artists, each of which brings his or her unique approach to photography…”
Panopticon Gallery's current exhibition Speciation: Still A Camera, a solo exhibition by gallery artist Kent Krugh, has gained international recognition since opening on May 3. Publications in five countries have featured the exhibition.
"Fossils can tell us a lot about the history of living things. Photographer Kent Krugh is creating a 'fossil record' of sorts for cameras. His project Speciation is a series of X-ray photos of cameras that provides a brief history of photography, as told through the evolution of the camera."
"I have to say that one of the most challenging aspects of art-making is the need to be making art consistently, while at the same time challenging yourself to take creative risks. 'Regular' versus 'creative risk' is an interesting idea for artists to wrap their minds around."