Photography exhibit - Pareidolia (par-i-doh-lee-a) by Robert Larso
The scientific explanation for the human ability to see shapes or make pictures of a random or ambiguous visual pattern. Think of the Rorschach inkblot test.
Robb Larson graduated from Moorhead State with a BA in industrial illustration and returned for a degree in photography two years later. While living in Fargo, he taught stained glass at Lightbenders, created windows for private homes, churches and most recently, the chapel at Ecumen Emmanual Nursing Home in Detroit Lakes. Each summer for the last 20 years, he has traveled with a team from Concordia College to dig dinosaurs in SD, WY and MT. Robb serves on the board of Friends of Tamarac where he spends many hours photographing a myriad of wildlife. He has exhibited in regional art shows and loves the biannual Crow Show at the Spirit Room in Fargo. Robb and his wife Ann live on Pickerel Lake north of Detroit Lakes and have two daughters, Libby and Katie.
Fee: $5/ages 12+