Tuesday, January 28, 2014


"For the past several years, the Minneapolis-based photographer Paula McCartney has exploited extreme weather to dazzling effect, capturing detailed portraits of natural winter elements, from frozen waterfalls to ice stalagmites to snow flurries, which have been skewed or exaggerated by rising and falling temperatures. About winter, McCartney says, “I categorize by pattern, shape, and line rather than merely by substance.” Her new series, “A Field Guide to Snow and Ice,” is on view at Klompching Gallery through February 15, 2014".—The New Yorker.

View the slide show on The New Yorker

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