I'm doing something a little different this time.
Instead of showing my latest trip, I'm showing my latest exhibit.
I like how the show came together -- I believe the effect of the whole is
greater than simply a collection of images, and I hope you agree.
Bones of the Earth
a photographic exhibit by
I rarely set out on a shooting foray with a preconceived
agenda in my mind. I just react to what I find and make photographs along
the way that move me. But I have found over the years that I shoot a disproportionate
number of images featuring rocks, boulders, cliffs, and other manifestations
of stone -- the geologic essence of our planet, the bones of the earth.
I mounted this exhibit to examine my response to stone. Maybe I'm drawn
to its strength: it supports me when stepping across a stream or walking
to the edge of a precipice. It could be the graphic possibilities: rocks
come in all sorts of interesting sizes and shapes. Or maybe I'm drawn to
the bones of the earth because I love this planet, and they are its fundamental
essence stripped bare of concealment. I invite you to examine your own personal
response to stone as you peruse these images. I hope you enjoy the show.
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Timothy Edberg / 6511 Homestake Dr. South / Bowie, MD
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