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"Employment of Enjoyment"

On View: June 17, 2022, - August 19, 2022

Over the last 50 years, professional photographer David “Oggi” Ogburn has captured many luminaries in music, politics, and history. Curated by Ray Llanos, the array of images that make up this exhibit, span Oggi’s career working in these various contexts. In addition to being able to view the photographic prints of icons, you will also have a firsthand look at the tools and credentials he used that created access to these moments. His images depict the true essence of his subjects and often reveal an intimate side, not exposed before. Oggi’s approach to his work involves a pursuit of excellence that emits his energy and joy through his camera. 

And when asked what his secret to success has been for so many years, he often replies it’s simply “Employment of Enjoyment.” 


Harmony Hall Arts Center’s Instructor & Student Exhibition  

On View: Saturday, October 29 - Saturday, December 17, 2022 

Opening Reception: Sat., Nov. 5, 2022, 3-5 pm

Harmony Hall Arts Center is proud to present an exhibition featuring the works of our instructors and students. The exhibition highlights the diversity and talent of our visual arts department. The works on view touch upon various themes and ideas, day-to-day and complex topics, and encourage viewers to engage with participating artists. 

Gallery Hours:
Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm
Saturday, 10am-4pm



 Christopher Batten 

On View: Saturday, January 7 - Saturday, February 25, 2023 
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 7, 2023, 2-4 pm 
Artists Talk: Saturday, January 7, 2023, 2-4 pm

This solo show explores the intricacies of various human interpersonal relationships. A wide spectrum of colors is used throughout the body of work to connote aspects of the human psyche. Pattern is incorporated in some of the works to suggest the multilayered qualities of relationships (i.e. mother/daughter, husband/wife, older brother/younger brother, etc.) and the complex ways in which our individual psyches impact those relationships. Hue, chroma, and gesture are utilized to promote narratives within each piece and invite viewers to ponder how their psyches either prolong or dissolve their interpersonal relationships.  

Gallery Hours:
Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm
Saturday, 10am-4pm