“I am drawn to water and the smell of earth. It was a beautiful winter day when I set up on a bridge that looks over Pigeon Creek. The sun created a strong contrast of tree shadows that moved down the banks and across the water. A path, a path of sand, a road or a river provides a narrative, “going somewhere?” “been somewhere?” I worked on a copper plate, etching into the plate on site. There is always a spontaneity and freshness that happens when working on location. The collaboration between what nature presents and what I record is a spontaneous conversation.
– Lee Ann Frame