About the Artist
Environomental Portraits, artist books, and installations
Digital, traditional film and alternative cameras
Color, traditional black and white and platimun printing
The project leads to the mode of photographic capture
Personal Work in Moosehead Lake Region and British Isles on regional topics of changing identity through land use.
A walk is not just mechanical motion but also a space for critical thinking and creativity. I fancy myself a walker, venturing out into the world to look and share my way of seeing. The camera has always allowed me to collect my walking thoughts in images. My practice values things for narrating the geometry of my relationships. My photographs, as well as everyday items, souvenirs and interactions serve as frames that help me engage my life?s ?open spaces? and areas of interest, including land use, domestic identity and social policy.
Preferred Audiences: College, Adult
Mildred Kennedy-Stirlingbox 134
Greenville ME 04441