"Follow Me" by Phyllis Bryce Ely (left) paired with Joseph Loder Bryce's photograph of a mother polar bear and her cub.
A solo exhibition on the second floor presenting paintings by Phyllis Bryce Ely made in response to photographs taken by her father, Joseph Loder Bryce. Phyllis's paintings are a contemporary consideration of a decades-old Arctic landscape that once was her father's place in the world.
About Joseph Loder Bryce
Joseph Loder Bryce served in the US Navy as a photographer aboard the Icebreaker USS Edisto in the early 1950s during the cold war era. He photographed life aboard the ice breaker, air missions, and the extreme beauty of the Arctic landscape.
August 3–September 15, 2018 on our second floor
Saturday, August 25, 4–7p.m.
(in conjunction with exhibition on main floor)