Art exhibits have returned to the Poway Center for the Performing Arts’ lobby.
The digital photography collection “A Lone Paradise” by Lawrence Brillon can be viewed through the end of September.
According to the exhibit’s online description, “There are places that are plundered, abused, overlooked and eventually forgotten. There are the places to escape the normal bustle of life, and those places are where I go to find solace. Sometimes, Earth and Man cry out together to spare these places from further destruction and save them as treasures. This is my paradise.”
Brillon presents the desert personified, the Wanderer’s story and the majesty of the skies through his photography. The exhibit includes select pieces from his collections The Barren Desert, A Lone Paradise and Ciel.
Brillon blends his technical and creative talents in a collection of work from the mid-2000s, a time when Brillon and his friends were obsessed with