The visiting artists section follows our mission statement in our support of many creative and engaged photographers worldwide by giving them a platform to promote a limited portion of their ongoing work. UPA Gallery will be rotating a new artist every four weeks, with their work offered in a very exclusive format and limited time.
The photographic images of Bonnie McCormick fluctuate between Man-made structure(s) and Nature, creating and questioning visual depth when elements collide.
At one time an Architectural Photographer, and Industrial Designer- Bonnie McCormick is now perusing her personal work. And, I hear- has a pretty good sense of humor.
Artist statement: “Shadows”
This work started as a fascination with how the sky and earth appear to collide into shards. The pinhole camera (Holga) was perfect to capture these moments in a dramatic Noir fashion.
The shadows and fleeting light, create a sense of timelessness and mystery. Shot in New Orleans and Miami- so far.
These images seem reminiscent of a previous time, yet elements within bring us back to a contemporary moment. Where am I, and where is this