Denver, CO – Edge Gallery is pleased to present The Passage, new work by Jeneve Parrish. The show opens to the public on Friday, June 22nd, 2012 with an artist’s reception scheduled from 6–10 pm at Edge Gallery, 3658 Navajo St. Denver. The Gallery is open Fridays from 6–10 pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 1–5 pm or by appointment by calling 503-490-2456. The show runs through July 15th, 2012. Parrish’s new work, The Passage, proposes that traversing great distance, pilgrimage, vision-questing, submission to the inhospitality of wild or foreign places, or conceptualizing these, produces an experience of relative scale in it’s participants. Setting the body against great expanses produces humility in that the self- image shrinks through comparison. When the scalability of a worldview, or the degree to which a truth stays true in a wider context fails, a new worldview will emerge. Here, doorways, passages and paths can represent abrupt epiphany or slow change. Fences, bonds and other impediments to movement can mean fear, xenophobia, loss of innocence, or failure to find meaning or to synthesize the experience offered in searching.