8 imagesArousing sentiments with architecture, one photographer’s personal view -a photographic series by Karen Desjardin “Architecture arouses sentiments in man. The architect’s task therefore, is to make those sentiments more precise." -Adolf Loos My task as the photographer for this series of images is to use those sentiments to create a personal view of contemporary architecture by zeroing in on the shapes, patterns, and details of great buildings that move me. Prints recently on exhibition at McNichols Building and Buell Theatre in Denver as part of Month of Photography programs. prints available for purchase (more images to come as this is an ongoing series. )
5 imagesAn ongoing personal series of abstract aspen tree images, using long exposure photography to create movement. These images play with the abstraction of light, color, and form to create a unique visual experience of a familiar subject in Colorado. It’s about seeing aspen trees with new eyes.