New show at Confluence
The Confluence’s next exhibit, “My Ancestors Taught Me,” opens at the gallery in Twisp on March 12 and continues through April 23. The main gallery show is curated by Roxanne Best and Joanne Marracci. The works of Paige Reyes of Knotted Pines Studio will also be on display in the Community Gallery. For information, visit www.confluencegallery.org.
Moskowitz photo book available
Local photographer, author and documentary film producer David Moskowitz has produced a limited-edition photography book, “Life in the Methow,” that is now available for purchase. The hardcover book is offered in 60 limited editions, signed copies with 49 full-color images on premium photo paper. Cost is $175. It is available at https://davidmoskowitz.net/life-in-the-methow.
Moskowitz was a recipient of the 2021 Mary Kiesau Fellowship through TwispWorks for the “Life in the Methow” project, a photographic exploration of the diversity of the natural world and how people interact with it in the Methow River watershed.
“I am honored and humbled to have the chance to live, observe and photograph in the Methow River watershed. This landscape is awash with beauty and scars on many levels. Being a part of its ongoing story is a privilege I hold dear,” Moskowitz said in a press release.