Southwest Alaska: A World of National Parks and Wildlife Refuges—The Photographs of Robert Glenn Ketchum and Ryan Burns’ Biodiscourse
September 08, 2005
Robert Glenn Ketchum and Ryan Burns engage in compelling dialogue with the environment: Ketchum through a camera lens, and Burns through various media including rubbing crayons and paper. Their works encourage viewers to look at society’s relationship with the environment in a new light.
“To viewers, these works ask us to rethink how we relate to and interact with the precious commodity of our natural environment,” said Linda Tesner, gallery director. The exhibit features 39 color photographs by Ketchum and approximately 10 rubbings by Burns.