Indian Beach Surf, Oregon by Ian Baguskas
Last Friday, Peggy Roalf from Dart wrote a review of Land Use Survey. Here are some of the highlights:
About Ian Baguskas's Indian Beach Surf, Oregon, she writes:
Framed from a high point of view, with massive erratics rising from the sea, the scene includes a small group of people, engulfed in coastal mist and surf, with a dog looking on from the side. While absolutely contemporary in its style and content, this picture also bridges time; it commands the kind of majestic point of view shared by two opposite extremes in photography - for example, Stephen Shore's 1979 Merced River, Yosemite National Park, as well as certain views of Yosemite by Ansel Adams.
About Alex MacLean's houses in Housing Development at Different Stages, Las Vegas, NV, March 2005, she writes:
The only thing that differentiates one from another is the color of the roof. It would be interesting to see the way in which future inhabitants will put a personal stamp on these properties.
And about Andrew Scott Ross and Scott Lawrence's Sighting (Avondale Mall), Roalf writes:
Sighting (Avondale Mall) by Andrew Scott Ross / Scott Lawrence, offers the kind of dreamlike scene that anyone who hates searching for a good parking spot at the Agway would love to encounter to relieve the boredom of small town living: a herd of bison galloping across the blacktop, horns down and heels flying.
To read the full review, check out Dart.