Ronda Stone
Ronda Stone

Ronda Stone: So Much Water – So Many Tears

A History as Art Exhibit

May 27 –  September 17, 2017

Mezzanine Gallery & Museum Lobby

Exhibit Celebration / Meet the Artists: Friday, June 9, 6 – 8 pm
Gallery talk with Ronda Stone and Abbie R. Powers: Thursday, June 22, 6 pm
Performance by Abbie R. Powers: Thursday, July 13, 6 pm

Loveland artists Abbie R. Powers and Ronda Stone construct an exhibition that celebrates, questions, and explores the myriad ways water reflects and defines us. Linking the historic topic of water use and misuse, so crucial to the development of Colorado, to its tactile nature and aesthetic potential, these artists underscore the intrinsic unifying nature of water as a source for the universal articulation of human intricacy.

Ronda Stone is an award winning artist with over 35 years of experience photographing the human figure. Abbie R. Powers is an installation, performance, and video artist working primarily in silk, the female figure, movement, and video projection.

I photograph people from the inside out – the inner landscape of the human experience. I dig deep to discover and express the dark side of myself in order to understand my own feelings and actions as well as to understand the human condition that continues to be a mystery…Water is our source, our beginning, and in so many ways, our expression and pleasure.
~ Ronda Stone


Photography Workshop with Ronda Stone – CANCELLED