Three photographs from the shootapalooza Cadillac Ranch Caper, the summer solstice weekend, 2016.
Totem #2 — photograph by Judy Sherrod
Totem #1 with my dog, B — photograph by Judy Sherrod
Queue of Cadillacs — photograph by Judy Sherrod
Becky Ramotowski is an astronomer, writer, wanderer, and seeker of photographs that take us back in time to a simpler place. Her film cameras serve as time catchers and tell tales of adventure, solace and derelict emotions found on the side of the road. Her interview for SXSE magazine by Valerie Burke is here:
In her blog Sight Lines, Jenny Carey revisits the work of Diane Fenster, here.
Angela Garganio shares Anne Connor’s photographs from Havana, here.
Mother Jones magazine features Marti Corn’s work from the Tamina community, here.
Jane Fulton Alt, who lives in Evanston, Illinois, recently responded to a facebook post, “My greatest joy comes from being in the create zone, making the work. Everything else is secondary.”
Jane joined the shootapalooza group at its February, 2016 gathering in Galveston. She and Ann George introduced us to the mind mapping exercise, designed to prompt and provoke artistic inspiration.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation features Jane’s photography in one of its stories about land stewardship, here.