About this title: In the fall of 2000, Elyn Zimmerman was a Visiting Artist-in-Residence at an artist's colony in Vermont. While there, she took a group of photographs which recorded the passage of water through a nearby shallow stream bed. The rocks and pebbles underneath the water's surface, together with the play of light and shadow overhead, broke the surface of the water into cacophonous patches of black and white. This play of rhythmic and turbulent patterns is what Zimmerman managed to capture in the drawings she made based on these photographs, drawings which continue her black-and-white vocabulary but reveal an emotion and spontaneous gesture yet unseen in her work.
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