Pat Timm looks at Kentucky landscapes with a photographer’s eye, and the results of her observations are just a pleasant drive along the river away at the Augusta Art Guild (116 Main St., Augusta, Ky.). Kentucky Landscapes: Photography by Patricia Timm opens 6-8 p.m. Friday with hours from noon-6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays through Aug. 21. Timm says she began using her camera “to tell a story, to dig deeper into what I saw through the lens.
I found myself connecting to landscapes and events in a surprising new way (that is) profoundly spiritual.”
These quiet, lyrical photographs seldom if ever include people but present rural landscapes in which the hand of man can be seen in fences, covered bridges and planted fields. Yellow and green, colors of life and growth, predominate in many works and give viewers their own new connection to the land.
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