So hard to decide on ONE! But we did! It's #3 in The Green Fuse series....the charred stump and the white trees with one limb gracefully leaning to the right.
Diana Miller and Maggie Magee(non-registered)
We look and linger and WILL soon choose one! So lyrical and moving.
Edgar & Ceci Short(non-registered)
Enjoyed your presentation very much last night at the ELCC. Great scheme of documenting history for future generations.
Dear Patricia, I worked my way across your categories: The Green Fuse, Plant Forms, Land Forms, Rodeos, Cuba on the Cusp. When I clicked on “Search” I cant express my disappointment that there were no images. I wanted more. I can’t wait for your presentation at the ELCC.
Barbara Kres Beach(non-registered)
These photographs are eye- and soul-opening. I looked for commentary on other insights in Kenneth Clark's Looking at Pictures, and out tumbled a 1935 clipping from Magazine Digest, entitled "A Country the Artists Won't Paint." Well, proud to say, I know and admire an artist who photographs it--and even did so on a beloved piece of Virginia.
Beautiful work, Patricia! Well seen and well rendered.
Chère Patricia Gallagan,
Les portraits réalisés à la Havane entre 2011 et 2014 sont superbes.
L'exposition " Objets de désir " à la galerie Fotografika à Gland près de
Genève m'a permis de découvrir vos images qui reflétent la pertinence
et la bienveillance de votre regard sur autrui.
Beautiful, moving, sensitive photographs, Pat. And beautiful mastery of technique. I love the way you capture the truth in each project or place you visit, from rodeo to Cuba and China, to a forest in regrowth. Thank you.
Eva (Kaplan-Leiserson) Miller(non-registered)
Your photos are just wonderful--you have such a great eye, and I love all the black and white. You've inspired me to get back to photography. I'd started learning a few years back after wanting to do it since high school (class was full), but then grad school and baby took over. I miss it--thanks for the inspiration!