Elephant Ears iris archival pigment print on watercolor paper 16 x 20

Elephant Ears iris archival pigment print on watercolor paper 16 x 20

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Artist Biography:
Nancy Marshall is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She taught photography at Emory University for 17 years and received her M.F.A. in photography from Georgia State University School of Art and Design in 1996. She now resides in McClellanville, SC.
Marshall has received numerous awards and fellowships including the National Endowment for the Arts/Nexus, the Southern Arts Foundation Fellowship for Photography and she was a fellow at the Ossabaw Island Genesis Project. Marshall has work in the collections of the High Museum of Art and the Montgomery Museum of Art.

 

 

Nancy Marshall

portrait of Nancy Marshall

 

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About the Work:

“My interest in the southern coastal landscape is in the history of the land and how the untold stories and remnants hint of what is left of the past. For most of my career, my photography has been done with large format view cameras and the old techniques of platinum contact printing. My past work has focused on the sublime beauty and mystery of the natural landscape.

I began this work in 1979 on Ossabaw Island, Georgia, using an antique 5 x 7 wooden view camera. Palms in Light (Sapelo Island, Georgia) is made with an 8 x 20 view camera which makes a negative of that size.