An exhibit by Robert Lemermeyer, which chronicles the travel photographer’s hiking adventures, is on display at The Bateman Gallery through Jan. 29.
Relief: A Transformative Journey Through the Rockies showcases photographs Lemermeyer took while hiking the Rocky Mountains with his son, Yuri. What began as a positive step forward for Lemermeyer’s mental health and well-being matured into a full-blown passion and showcase of his eye for nature photography.
The exhibit has an immersive and meditative quality to it, which is timely following a busy holiday season. Curators have displayed Relief: A Transformative Journey Through the Rockies, which is accompanied by journal entries from Lemermeyer, in a manner which enables guests to learn as they look, one of the gallery’s ongoing mandates.
The Bateman Gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., with late nights every Tuesday and Thursday until 7 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults. Vaccine passports are required for entry. For more information, visit batemanfoundation.org.