Downriver Walk 2015—The Water
My photographs of the Vermilion River shoreline far outnumber my photographs of Vermilion River water rushing downstream. Here are a few photos that make up for some of that lack.
If you will be Oberlin, Ohio, between now and November 14, I hope you can stop in at the Ginko Gallery (19 South Main Street—you can’t miss it) to see the current show: They Breathe Iron: Photographs by Linda Grashoff. I hope to take some installation photographs later this week. . . . The opening was Friday, and many people asked me why the leaves in the photographs had such dimensionality—they look as if you could pick them off the paper. (They really do, to me as well.) I’m stumped. Do those of you who are also photographers have any idea whether it might be due to printing on matte paper and not putting the prints behind glass (they’re held to the wall with rare-earth magnets that are attracted to the roofing nails pounded into the walls)?