Created on the beach at the Fire Island National Seashore at Watch Hill during an artist residency.
This work is about movement, flow and change. These unique cyanotype prints, are a camera-less photographic process using the sun, water, and sea foam for mark making.
Finding inspiration from the markings the surf leaves on the sand, this work was created in Anne's garden in upstate New York.
This series began during the summer of 2020, when it seemed to me the ease and lightness of wild-growing things countered the gravity of the pandemic. I became enchanted with the sway of arching grasses and delicate wildflowers along country roads. And what better way to capture the ephemeral beauty of my favorite season than by combining the very elements of summer: sunlight and water.