Represented Artist 2015-2016

My photographs explore my interest in environments that are quiet spaces that seem at rest, similar to the feeling at the bottom of a long exhale. I enjoy the play of perspective and scale that allows me to construct a different image from the space.  Playing with long shutter speeds, allows for the quality of light and color to blend and expand the spaces.  While the spaces that I photograph are on the margins, the images that I produce develop their own narrative and reaction.

About Ann Barlow:

Born in Putnam, CT, Ann C. Barlow is a photo-based artist currently living and working in Burlington, VT.  Ann holds an M.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.  Her work has been nationally exhibited and is held in several private collections.  She is currently the Director of the Residential Learning Community in the Arts Initiative at the University of Vermont and she teaches photo-based classes at UVM and CCV.