Lake Washington Palimpsest

Carbon digital prints from 4×5 pinhole negatives. Each 35″h x 43″w.  A series of images created as part of an in-depth exploration of the lowering of Lake Washington and the legacy of its environmental impacts. The work shown here is a selection of those images. The exhibition included large format pinhole photographs, a non-recursive sound installation, an artist book, and wall text. The work was originally exhibited at the Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner in 2009. In 2015, Bellevue College Gallery hosted the work. This exhibit also included previously unpublished pinhole photographs and a video, along with additional materials developed for this showing.

Montlake Cut
Mercer Slough
Kenmore Air
Foster Island
Juanita Beach
Sandy Creek, formerly the Black River