(Photo credit: Nest by Susan Seubert)
This body of work underlines the inherent human propensity to collect and study, and to perhaps give distinction to what we can grasp but never completely comprehend.
Susan Seubert’s ambrotype wet-plate collodion print entitled Nest was selected for the “Art in Nature” Exhibition. As described by Seubert, her documentation of a bird’s nest looks to investigate “patterns in nature as well as the use of instinctual architecture.”
More of Susan’s work can be found at www.seubertfineart.com
(Photo credit: Intertidal by Steen Doessing)
(Photo credit: Stag Rock Study 4 (Black Water) by Steen Doessing)
Using long exposures, sometimes hours, I’m capturing a slow-motion sequence of seemingly infinite movements and changes surrounding static objects and letting these elements blend into a single visual plane.
Born and raised in Denmark, Steen Doessing is a black-and-white landscape photographer. His photographs Intertidal and Stag Rock Study 4 (Black Water) were featured in the “Art in Nature” exhibition. Intertidal was awarded the ASC Award. Most of his photographs include water because, for Doessing, water represents “life and the equanimity and power of nature.”
More of Steen’s work can be found at www.steendoessing.com