Sarah C. Butler’s Frozen in Time is a deeply personal narrative chronicling the turbulent relationship between the photographer and her mother set in the serene surroundings of her mother’s beautiful but dilapidated Maine home. At once stunning and heart-wrenching, Butler’s luminous photographs tell a poignant story of coming to terms with mother and daughter discord that is both intimate and universally relatable. Drawn...
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