Marcus W. Reinkensmeyer | Emergence: Images from Death Valley - On Exhibits Without Walls

Emergence: Images from Death Valley - On Exhibits Without Walls

July 14, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Minimalistic abstract patterns of nature, shaped by endless winds and rains at the Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley National Park, California.Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley National Park, California

 

I am honored to present a solo show on Exhibits Without Walls:  "Emergence: Images from Death Valley,"  This show celebrates the splendor of a stark, yet enchanting desert landscape and the intricate patterns of nature under changing light.  

I am particularly captivated by Death Valley National Park's vast sand dunes - an icon of the American Southwest. Traversing the dunes elicits a sense of wonderment, gazing upon sand formations continuously sculpted by the forces of nature. This series explores the intricate patterns of nature, particularly the transient visuals which silently emerge at dawn only to swiftly vanish under full daylight.

Warm sunlight and long shadows create abstract images at the Mesquite Flat Dunes in Death Valley National Park, California.Mesquite Flat Dunes, Death Valley National Park, California This past February, we had the opportunity for a longer visit to Death Valley. This proved to be one of our best photo treks in terms of weather, natural lighting and logistics. Photos from this trip will be posted shortly. 

My sincere thanks go to the park rangers and environmentalists who work so hard to preserve the natural state of Death Valley and our treasured lands.

Thanks also to Mr. Ed Wedman, co-founder of Exhibitions Without Walls, for this unique opportunity.  


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