Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Clair Dunn, still living on land that's been in the family since 1867 (though it is now up for sale), works in several media: b/w photography, acrylics, watercolor, and polymer clay. Vermont and the Earth often appear as themes in her work. Her non-photographic work has grown out of an obsession with color and continues to move her to experimentation. Her black and white Rural and Rural Urban images of Vermont document the disappearing past and what could still be lost in the future.