Beyond the Yellow Wood, featuring works by Meghan Moyer and Lauren Rosenberg, is an exploration through doors and windows and roads around the world.

“I am in love with people I haven’t met yet, side streets I haven’t snuck down, and doors I haven’t walked through”, says featured photographer Meghan Moyer.

It has been slightly over 100 years since Robert Frost’s famous poem The Road Not Taken was published. It starts out as a vivid photographic moment of choices as Frost is traveling, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood”. It is a poem about making decisions, the result of those choices and as Meghan puts it, the longing for roads not taken yet.

Beyond the Yellow Wood, our 18th exhibition, celebrates the inherent nature of doorways and pathways as a metaphor for the choices and opportunities one faces every day.

Exhibition Events

Meghan Moyer

About the Artist

I am a photographer who never feels better than when I have a travel plan, a plane ticket, and a camera in hand. I’ve always been curious…

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Featured Artwork

View select works from the exhibit, also available for sale at the gallery.

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Student Artwork

View select works from the exhibit, also available for sale at the gallery.

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Lauren Rosenberg

About the Student Artist

As a traveler, the ability to capture the rawness of a place, and a moment in time, has given me a profound passion for photography. I enjoy exploring…

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