An interview with Sager | Braudis Gallery’s Director Hannah Reeves about my new series Ghost Notes that debuted in her gallery last fall was published on the gallery’s website. Thanks Hannah for your insightful questions. I treasure my long standing partnership with the gallery!
Right now I’m adding new pieces to the series and will be exhibiting them next month at the Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival or you can contact Hannah at the Sauger Braudis Gallery to view their remaining pieces.
From the Sager | Braudis Website:
Chris Dahlquist is known for unique and painstaking preparation and presentation of her photographs, adding depth and resonance in each series by printing on specially-prepared surfaces. While at its heart her new work is landscape photography, her capture of temporary, fog- or smoke-obscured scenes, combined with physical translucency and layering of prints, speaks to mystery, stillness, and awe.
Gallery Director Hannah Reeves asks Dahlquist about her medium, method, and concept, and how viewers can approach and understand the new series currently on exhibit.
Reeves: How do you describe your medium? To list it as photography feels overly simple, given your unique process and combination of materials. Continue reading