Eternal Landscape: The Great Marsh
Dorothy Kerper Monnelly
Dorothy Kerper Monnelly is heralded as “the Ansel Adams of the wetlands” by famed writer, scientist and naturalist Edward O. Wilson. Between Land and Sea: The Great Marsh is a traveling exhibit of stunning large format silver gelatin photographs evoking the beauty, mystery and fragility of an exquisite landscape. Monnelly’s images are spiritually inspiring and environmentally provocative. They illuminate the essential beauty of landscape; at the same time they are a call-to-action to protect this rapidly disappearing ecosystem.
The exhibit was curated by Camera Obscura Gallery and will be featured in Benham Gallery in June 2008. The show is available for further travel through 2014. Along with Dorothy Monnelly, Jeanne Adams, general manager of the Ansel Adams Gallery and author of the foreword for The Great Marsh, and Doug Stewart, contributing writer for Smithsonian Magazine who wrote the book’s narrative, are also available for presentations in conjunction with this exhibit.
|30 silver gelatin matted prints. Artist available for presentation.|
|Availability||Linear Feet||Shipping Info||Rental Fee|
|Through 2014||65||TBD||Please Inquire|
|The Governor's Academy||Newberry, MA||December 3, 2010 - January 28, 2011|
|Abbot Library||Marblehead, MA||March, 2010|
|Benham Gallery||Seattle, WA||May 28, 2008 - July 12, 2008|
|Camera Obscura Gallery||Denver, CO||March 9, 2007 - April 22, 2007|