I love these silent, ghostly photograms of deceased animals and plants by artist Kate Breakey (from the Poetics of Light exhibition at the Etherton Gallery, Tucson, Arizona. Sadly long finished, if you live in Tucson and were thinking of going to have a look!).

And I particularly love this dense yet expansive display. It draws you in and envelops you with the promise of a thousand tiny, beautiful details…

I know you’re not supposed to talk about the frame when you admire a piece of art (the suggestion usually being that the frame is more interesting than the work itself) but I also love this eclectic mix of frame shapes, sizes and styles. Oh, to have been in Tucson eight months ago to have experienced this hauntingly beautiful installation!

(found via the always inspirational Dear Ada)

All images are copyright Kate Breakey, the Etherton Gallery and/or Jeff Smith

I love these silent, ghostly images by artist Kate Breakey (from the Poetics of Light exhibition at the Etherton Gallery, Tucson, Arizona. Sadly long finished, if you live in Tucson and were thinking of going to have a look!).

And I particularly love this dense yet expansive display. It draws you in with the promise of a thousand tiny, beautiful details…

I know you’re not supposed to talk about the frame when you admire a piece of art (the suggestion usually being that the frame is more interesting than the work itself) but I also love this eclectic mix of frame shapes, sizes and styles. Oh, to have been in Tucson 8 months ago to have experienced this hauntingly beautiful installation!

(found via the always inspirational Dear Ada)

All images are copyright Kate Breakey and the Etherton Gallery