My version of Stieglitz and Equivalents

In the 1920’s and 1930’s Alfred Stieglitz pointed his camera to the sky and took photographs he called “Equivalents” to be referred to the equivalent of thoughts, emotions and experiences.

Between 2015-2016, Kate was inspired by Stieglitz and woke every morning to take photographs of the sky from the 16th floor apartment where I recovered from a terrible car accident.  Later during 2016 and 2017 I would also notice the skies while on the road.

As a result of these years Kate has hundreds of these photos. These and others can be made into canvas prints, or tote bags, or pillows, or simply framed prints by heading to the Fine Art America Website

https://fineartamerica.com/artists/kate+mcglynn

 

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