A film of color secured to paper creates a physically tangible photograph. This ephemeral object can be manipulated by the photographer to be realistic or other-worldly. I made a conscious decision very early in life to present a photographic glimpse into the nebulous world we inhabit. I want my photos to remind us of the brief period we are here, or as my father told me as a child: "We are only here for the weekend.". The absence of humans serves as a reminder to who was once there; they are a melancholy reference to each precious moment, and to time: the thief. ~Ann
Waiting for the mail... A reflection of SouthernIndiana, by Ann McGriffin, is a series of mirrored images from her magical life in Southern Indiana. Click on the icon above for a preview. Copies are available for purchase through Blurb.com.
Photographs are printed on 8.5" X 11" 100% cotton, archival, 325 gsm, Hahnemuhle Museum Etching paper. The 8" X 8" square images are centered within this format; the rectangular images have a small, white uniform border. They are signed and dated.
$150. each Other sizes are available upon request.