Sights and Sounds: Photomontage by KaraLynn Kinsman
Now through June 28, 2014 -- Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room Exhibit
This exhibit features Michigan artist KaraLynn Kinsman in a show entitled “Sights & Sounds.” The show will be open June 3 – July 10 in the Multi-Purpose Room of the downtown library. It will include 20 digital photomontage works that include urban landscapes with visual sound wave overlays.
Kinsman describes the work as a visual portrait that involves multiple senses. “Have you ever looked at a photograph and wondered ‘What would it be like to be standing in this place?’
I decided to address that question using visual layering.” The images include images taken from Chicago, Detroit, Mount Pleasant and Lansing. The work also shows a diverse group of landscapes that include everything from alleys to skylines.
KaraLynn Kinsman is a Michigan native, born in Detroit and raised in Sterling Heights. Kinsman graduated with B.A.A in 2-Dimensional Studio Art from Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, MI. She has since moved back to the Detroit Metro area where she is doing exhibitions and working as a preschool teacher. She plans on attending graduate school to obtain her M.F.A in Photography.