Intimate Conversation - Nature/Trees


  • Photographer
    Jane Olin
  • Prize
    2nd Place / Analog / Film/Fine Art
  • Company/Studio
    Jane Olin Fine Art Photography
  • Date of Photograph
    Various

My childhood home was in a forest. As a child I intuitively knew that trees were special beings and now science tells us that trees live in mutually beneficial communities. They share sugar with struggling trees, warn neighbors of infestation and even share water. Trees have endured historical challenges, but climate change strikes me as an existential threat. These images are made using chemicals in unorthodox ways. I spray, drip and paint solutions onto exposed silver gelatin paper. This method pushes against the very limits of analog printing while exploring the deeper essence of trees.

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