waterforms: spirit, liquid, solid
Dorothy Kerper Monnelly
Photographer and committed environmentalist Dorothy Kerper Monnelly’s new exhibition waterforms: spirit, liquid, solid, is drawn from the artist’s archive spanning 35 years, along with her third book, waterforms (Kettler Verlag, 12/2016).
Kerper Monnelly captures the effects of water on the shoreline environment. From ice and snow patterns, to the rounded rocks of Acadia National Park, and the sinuous kelp and wind scoured sands of the California coast, Kerper Monnelly’s large format black and white abstractions
provide a departure from reality, sometimes slight, sometimes partial, and in the case of her Ice Patterns, the move to abstraction is complete. However, the origin is always nature; unmanipulated, and unstaged.
“Fine art photography is the language of the inner eye - the inner self that responds without knowing. It is an intuitive dialogue that speaks as an image. It is a search for truth… for the song!” —Dorothy Kerper Monnelly
|54 Framed black & white photographs|
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