“Bones...to be still" Photographic Work of Christine Benkert




Gallery 621 presents “Bones...to be still", the Photographic work of Christine Benkert
Exhibit runs August 9 - Sept. 2, 2012 - Gallery hours: 12-6pm, Thursday - Sunday

Reception- Opening Reception Saturday August 11, 2012,5-8pm 
Wine, soft drinks, finger food
Meet the artist, view the art and enjoy our Gallery

Location-
Gallery 621 Contemporary Art 
621 First Street Benicia, CA 94510 
707-746-6121 
www.gallery621.com
http://gallery621.com/



Gallery 621 is a collective gallery supported by the participants listed below. 
Every month one of us rotates asthe Artist of the Month, but the other artists also show their work 
throughout the Gallery continually. 

Names of Gallery 621 Participants-
Jerrold Turner
Christine Benkert
Sharon Payne Bolton
Carol Dalton
Stan Dann
Nikki Basch Davis
Hedi B. Desuyo
Pam Dixon
Linda Stevenson Dunlop
Toby Tover-Krein
Suzanne Long
Jody Mattison
Lisa Reinertson
Jack Ruszel
Lee Wilder Snider

About Gallery 621 - Contemporary Art
Showcasing Benicia, California, as a contemporary center of working and exhibiting artists, and a community of arts advocacy, 
Gallery 621 is dedicated to increasing public awareness of, interest in, and education about contemporary art 
within the community of Benicia and the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
For more information go to www.gallery621.com

Artist/Photographer Christine Benkert brings her passion to life...still life...in 
her solo exhibit “BONES...to be still”. Using the most silent subjects of a single bone 
and some rocks, she masterfully and deliberately creates huge prints, described as calm, 
pensive and, galactical. The subject matter becomes secondary to the magnitude of their 
arena. “It was a meditative process for me. I’d like the viewer to experience that as well”
. 40”x40” Black and White Archival Pigment Prints. www.christinebenkert.com

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