Cumberland Island No. 555
Pattern in the sand on Cumberland Island, Georgia. It looks like a charcoal drawing of a landscape, doesn't it? My ongoing series of photographs of the island explores a protected seashore that is wild and beautiful, but almost inhospitable to visitors. While some of my past work has emphasized the impact of humans on the earth, this collection highlights nature’s independent shapes and habits. I see the patterns of waves, sand, and trees merely as geometric and abstract forms.
This is an open-edition, inkjet print of a color photograph, printed with archival inks on professional cotton paper with a baryta surface that emulates the look and feel of traditional silver halide paper. Signed below image. Dimensions refer to paper size. Image has a minimum 1/2-inch border.
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