Last week, we announced here that we will post a digital image from a local art show every Friday for as long as we feel like it. The criteria for selection? Simple: It has to be something that fellow editor Melissa Davis and I like. (You can tell this is all very formal and official.)
So here’s Johsel Namkung’s image of Alaska’s Chandalar River, made in 1987. Wouldn’t you like to see it in person, at its full 44″ X 55″ size?
It’s on view at through Oct. 15 alongside images by Ansel Adams at Seattle’s Woodside / Braseth Gallery, in a show titled “Masters Behind the Lens.”
Galleries/museums: Want to play? Send your images with credit info to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. See you next week.
(Credit: J. Namkung)