Thursday, January 11, 2007
I don't know much about Terri Weifenbach, but something about her photographs grabs me. From her statement (I must say that personally I hate having to write an "artist's statement" but they do sometimes give a clue about the work):
Terri Weifenbach's photographs are careful observations of overlooked spaces and stolen moments - backyard gardens, a bee suspended in midair, the house across the street, open fields. Through her use of saturated color and selective focus we rediscover the wonder and lushness of nature.
There is more on the Photoeye Gallery site here.
She also has quite a number of books - I'd love to find a bargain copy of Snake Eyes which she did with her husband John Gossage (mind you I once bought a copy of her Instruction Manual No. 3 and it was - well a little tooo minimalist for me...)
Posted by tim atherton at 8:30 p.m.