The Vermont Center for Photography August show is Photographs, Photograms, & Paintings by Sally Apfelbaum

In this 25-year retrospective at The Vermont Center for Photography, Bennington/NYC, Sally Apfelbaum exhibits 30 photographs, photograms, and paintings made between 1987 and 2012.
With subjects that range from New York’s Ellis Island and upstate forests to Monet’s garden in Giverny, France, Apfelbaum uses multiple exposure techniques in her photographs that isolate and recombine basic elements of color, focus, horizon line, motion, and distance. Her process of mingling layer upon layer of information creates the suggestion of shifts in perception, memory, and time—and spaces that are at once believable and engaging, yet ephemeral and invented.

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BTW, it's all analog, B&W and color using 4x5