... arresting photographs. See for yourself:
Her work always impresses me with it's cool appraisal of things that personify such large issues -- burial or descent, faith.
And others speak to heavenly bodies, Platonic ideals and shapes, and the passage of time. Yikes, that's a lot! But somehow in her hands it seems so light.
I had the great pleasure to include her work in a show I co-curated in the Gelman Gallery at the RISD Museum. I could look at her work for hours, and am pulled in every time I see them. I think of her as one of the few living classicists.
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