Well, that’s a pretty weird place to keep your Lysol. Let’s try to keep Longfellow clean, neighbors!
Photo: Maley Neil
Anita White, http://www.etsy.com/shop/anitawhite, one of the founding members of LoLA, has been experimenting with ehtereal, dynamic ice sculptures this winter and displaying them in her front yard. From a “lab” in the back yard, she mixes colors, adds textures, and freezes blocks which, once they are liberated from their molds, sublimate, enlarge with added snow, or melt depending on the weather. Here, several new shapes, predominantly in shades of orange and turquoise and made luminous by the morning sun, rest on weathered stumps, providing textural contrast.
Photo: Jane Strauss
Wing Young Huie is photographed in the lower left-hand corner viewing one of the 365 photos on display at the event. Wing spoke to the crowd about his upbringing, career, and philosophy on community photography. Check out his work here: http://www.wingyounghuie.com/
Photo: Hillary Oppmann
This bird visited Brackett Park. Does anyone know what it is? The prints are fairly big.
Photo: Julia Anderson