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A Rose by Any Other Hue (Four of In Threes)

01 Lit from Within, 02 Red Balance, 03 Greened Velrose Images by Catherine Rutgers © October 2020

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Night Moves

Do you love taking photos at night without using a flash? If you do, good, because that means you’ll understand my attraction to these deeply shadowy, obscure, and ambiguous images. There seems to be very little information, data, whatever you … Continue reading

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I’m Hopelessly Devoted to You: Addenda, Credenza, Epilogue (Everything Plus the Atelier Sink)

“My head, it says, ooooooh, forget it. My heart, it says, don’t let go.” This is how I remember it, anyway, and let us run with whatever wings our way at the moment. Theoretically, this is the end of the … Continue reading

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One Love

It started with a snapshot of deep-orange-red lilies. Flipping to the negative really set it off. Simultaneously, I have been breaking on the waves of inventory. Part one: Born in the ’50s and now in mine. I want, not merely … Continue reading

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Containing Fire

It’s a very simple series, really: a row of burning candles, fifty-eight snapshots, some taken with flash, some without. The wall was being scraped for painting. The first five images rest well within “Snapped” guidelines, showing pretty much what I … Continue reading

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