Linda Kuo’s photographs exhibit resilience, adaptation, and the unsung struggles of domesticated and wild animals…
When I moved to South Orange, all this garbage, all the things I love about New York, even the bad parts, they were not here. Everything was pretty. I resisted it because I’d worked with people who took fantastic pictures of flowers. It’s been done, and greatly. But flowers were presenting themselves to me.
A photographic study of micro-ecosystems, the backbone of our biosphere.
Findings and observations from someone without a green thumb.
Jake Thiel collects timeworn arrowheads from the shores of the Potomac River. He appreciates their simplicity. He marvels at their history. He applies this wonder to the building process.