Piece description from the artist
This is from a series of photographs I have been collecting while hiking and traveling throughout the country. The concept of the series emerged from the 19th century Romantic notion that nature can intoxicate us and inspire us.
This photograph is of the reflection of a pond in the Yakima River Valley region. It was taken during the fall season and reminds the viewer of the awe-inspiring shapes and colors that nature can create.
Claire Stringer is a Chicago-based artist who uses a variety of materials to study dualism in both personal and cultural life. Through applying her background in Art History, Stringer often responds to the notion of HIGH and LOW art, and GOOD and BAD taste. Focusing mainly in the craft of collage, she blends these divisions to create compositions that convey both tension and synthesis. Often collaborating with artists around the country via mail, her works are embedded with reminders of community and pluralism.
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