Shadows

Shadows, 1992, 11 x 14 inches, Cibachrome prints.

Eleven color photos, in paired series and a triplet using positive or negative stencil shapes of organic and domestic subject matter.

"When she places her object-shaped windows over the natural world she creates a dream-like vision of the world where water patterns flicker over the surface of a teapot... She takes these objects out of the normal realm of use and positions them as the starting point for reverie." - Ann Sargent Wooster
OK Harris Gallery, 2003, NYC; HBO Gallery, Pairs, NYC; New York Photography Fair; Margaret Bodell Gallery, Puck Building, NY, 1998.
Shadows, 1992, 11 x 14 inches, Cibachrome prints.

Eleven color photos, in paired series and a triplet using positive or negative stencil shapes of organic and domestic subject matter.

"When she places her object-shaped windows over the natural world she creates a dream-like vision of the world where water patterns flicker over the surface of a teapot... She takes these objects out of the normal realm of use and positions them as the starting point for reverie." - Ann Sargent Wooster
OK Harris Gallery, 2003, NYC; HBO Gallery, Pairs, NYC; New York Photography Fair; Margaret Bodell Gallery, Puck Building, NY, 1998.
Shadows, 1992, 11 x 14 inches, Cibachrome prints.

Eleven color photos, in paired series and a triplet using positive or negative stencil shapes of organic and domestic subject matter.

"When she places her object-shaped windows over the natural world she creates a dream-like vision of the world where water patterns flicker over the surface of a teapot... She takes these objects out of the normal realm of use and positions them as the starting point for reverie." - Ann Sargent Wooster
OK Harris Gallery, 2003, NYC; HBO Gallery, Pairs, NYC; New York Photography Fair; Margaret Bodell Gallery, Puck Building, NY, 1998.
Shadows, 1992, 11 x 14 inches, Cibachrome prints.

Eleven color photos, in paired series and a triplet using positive or negative stencil shapes of organic and domestic subject matter.

"When she places her object-shaped windows over the natural world she creates a dream-like vision of the world where water patterns flicker over the surface of a teapot... She takes these objects out of the normal realm of use and positions them as the starting point for reverie." - Ann Sargent Wooster
OK Harris Gallery, 2003, NYC; HBO Gallery, Pairs, NYC; New York Photography Fair; Margaret Bodell Gallery, Puck Building, NY, 1998.
Shadows, 1992, 11 x 14 inches, Cibachrome prints.

Eleven color photos, in paired series and a triplet using positive or negative stencil shapes of organic and domestic subject matter.

"When she places her object-shaped windows over the natural world she creates a dream-like vision of the world where water patterns flicker over the surface of a teapot... She takes these objects out of the normal realm of use and positions them as the starting point for reverie." - Ann Sargent Wooster
OK Harris Gallery, 2003, NYC; HBO Gallery, Pairs, NYC; New York Photography Fair; Margaret Bodell Gallery, Puck Building, NY, 1998.