Brophy - Draw

Michael Brophy

Draw

2018

oil on canvas

54 x 60 inches

Brophy - Terrys Map detail

Michael Brophy

Terry's Map (Owyhee) (DETAIL)

2017

ink on paper

48 parts, 12 x 9 inches each

Brophy - Terrys Map

Michael Brophy

Terry's Map (Owyhee)

2017

ink on paper

48 parts, 12 x 9 inches each

Brophy - Owyhee Trip 2

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Trip 2

2018

gouache on paper

10 x 11 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Trip 4

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Trip 4

2018

gouache on paper

10 x 11 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Trip 8

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Trip 8

2018

gouache on paper

10 x 11 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Trip 14

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Trip 14

2018

gouache on paper

10 x 11 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Trip 21

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Trip 21

2018

gouache on paper

10 x 11 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Trip 22

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Trip 22

2018

gouache on paper

10 x 11 inches

Toedtemeier - Owyhee River

Terry Toedtemeier

Owyhee River from the N. End of the Tongue, Malheur Co., Oregon

date unknown

gelatin silver print

Image: 14 x 18 inches
Paper: 16 x 20 inches

Toedtemeier - Pahoehoe Lava

Terry Toedtemeier

Pahoehoe Lava Malheur Co., Oregon

1995

gelatin silver print

Image: 8.5 x 18.375 inches
Paper: 14 x 20 inches

Toedtemeier - Single Surface Indentation

Terry Toedtemeier

Single-Surface Indentation

date unknown

gelatin silver print

Image size: 14 x 18 inches
Paper size: 16 x 20 inches

Terry Toedtemeier

title unknown

date unknown

digital pigment print

Image: 15.625 x 19.625 inches
Paper: 18 x 24 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Study 5

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Study 5

2018

ink on paper

9 x 12 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Study 8

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Study 8

2018

ink on paper

9 x 12 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Study 9

Michael Brophy

Oywhee Study 9

2018

ink on paper

9 x 12 inches

Brophy - Owyhee Study 11

Michael Brophy

Owyhee Study 11

2018

ink on paper

9 x 12 inches

Press Release

This exhibition is anchored by 48 drawings of sites Michael Brophy visited, including Leslie Gulch in southeastern Oregon, based on a map given to him by renowned photographer Terry Toedtemeier (1947–2008). This material, in turn, became the basis of a book by the artist, telling the story of the map, the journey, and the drawings. Alongside these drawings will be a selection of photographs by Toedtemeier. January 12th, the date of the artist talk, will also be a celebration of the book publishing and signing. The show will also feature new paintings and gouaches.