New York, New York, United States
As an organism of vibration, I love how my eyes and ears detect subtle energies. By photographing mountain ice, I explore nature’s visual energy using a macro lens to collect momentary states of water in winter as found objects. Light and its colors play with freezing hydrogen bonds and oxygen bubblings to produce interesting scenes, which sometimes look abstract for all their reality. The images portray a four-dimensional beauty of frozen water where there is surface texture, inner depth, substance beyond and reflection. These findings encourage my imagination, an effect which the photos can inspire.
This is nature’s pure water, constantly moving and fresh off the bones of the mountain. It is chemical, biological and sensorial magic. Ice develops as a process that fluctuates in and out of being solid, where sculptures and sketches grow and are erased. Splashes, wind and temperature act as paintbrushes. Hiking through the chilled woods as I photograph is a pleasure in itself, and finding such hidden moments of ever-evolving designs magnifies the wonder of being surrounded by Earth’s artistry and my ability to appreciate it.
Please inquire about alternative options of sizes & printing. All are available on fine art paper, canvas, or Vibrachrome (metal sublimated photographs).
5% of sales will be given to organizations dedicated to improving the sustainability of community water sources.
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