Surruralism – The Surreal Photographs of Steve Anderson
Influenced by surrealist painters, Steve Anderson’s Surruralism collection is an ongoing series exploring birth, life, death, dreamscapes, family, animals, and other worlds—all are nature based and in a rural setting.
Steve’s photography has not been edited or manipulated in post production. Each photo is as seen through the artist’s eyes and viewfinder using glass, reflections, etc.
May 6th and 7th
10:00 am – 9:00 pm
La Chiquita Room
Calle Villarroel, number 25.
About the artist
Steve Anderson is an American photographer born in 1949 and raised on a small family farm outside DeKalb, Illinois. Growing up immersed in the work ethic of the small farming community, he became an exceptionally prolific artist producing a wide variety of imagery.
Later, living in the Pacific Northwest, Steve would periodically return to the farm for extended stays, where he devoted himself to developing his own vision. Largely informed and influenced by such painting movements as Surrealism and Pittura Metafisica, his photographs touch on themes of memory, landscape, dreams, randomness and hidden worlds.
Steve’s photographs have been shown in exhibitions throughout the US and held in private collections. He has published two volumes of his work.