Gregory Pryor: Vapour Trails

Gregory Pryor: Vapour Trails features new and recent paintings, works on paper and installations.

Gregory Pryor is a close observer and sensitive recorder of the world. An artist, historian, writer and traveller, Pryor is fascinated with natural and cultural systems. Language, the natural sciences, faith traditions, art and poetry all absorb him. His paintings and installations evoke sweeping vistas of history and geography while serving as archives of things momentary and fleeting. Arrayed en masse, these works register at once the minute and the monumental

Date: Jan 4, 2011 until Feb 4, 2011

Time: 10 am until 2 pm, Mon. – Fri.

Location: 1601 Mass Ave NW on Scott Circle

Attire: casual

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Admission to the art gallery is free of charge. Photo-ID is required to enter. For more information, please call (202) 797-3000 or email cultural.relations.us@dfat.gov.au.

This exhibition is made possible by generous sponsorship from Rio Tinto and Edith Cowan University.

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