Paula McCartney is a patient observer of nature: birds, trees and, more recently, water in its solid state. The latter is on display for a month at the Klompching Gallery in Brooklyn, New York, and serves as a poetic companion to winter’s end. The photographs, only slightly larger than the page of a sketchbook, are gathered in groups: the powdery flakes that form abstract constellations, the ones that looks like the stringy petals of a dandelion, and those that leave white streaks in the night sky.
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