Tasting and Touring Michigan

Dianne Carroll Burdick's avatar Dianne Carroll Burdick

“I have been concentrating my work on landscapes. I love to photograph the land and connect to nature. I do this by walking the land and taking pictures. I not only notice the natural details of the land, but also the marks of humanity. I see fences, fields, orchards, paths, roads, shadows, clouds, barns, markets and the food grown there. I consider my experience and the aesthetic quality of an image as I photograph. I expand the creative process in post production as well as the conceptual idea. Each square will highlight a color field. The images reveal relationships of people to the land and the art of the images show the relationships of color and shape to the organization of space. Grouping the images by color reveals a new way of looking at the images and this new way of seeing reveals how we, the viewer, are steered at any image with purpose and intent. My images are from the new book Tasting and Touring Michigan’s Homegrown Food, A Culinary Roadtrip, 2012, Arbutus Press.

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  • Art form: 2-D
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  • Year created: 2012
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