It is Summertime and we are thinking of Jeffrey Milstein‘s Aerial Photography. The artist’s interest in the abstractions that aerial photography creates does not take away from our feelings on the ground. Seen from the air the joys of summer may seem like only an abstraction were it not for the way they so clearly evoke the heat of the sun on our skin, the smell of suntan lotion, and the salty taste of the ocean. Arial photography is becoming ubiquitous and yet there is a big difference between the random images we often see and the work of a...
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