“As light and shadow give form to objects, so do they also bestow presence- a moment in time.”
Photography is the medium Frank uses to collect and assemble a visual patchwork of impressions, experiences, and emotions. Her photography goes beyond visual note taking, and articulates a hyper-awareness of her surroundings; the effects of light and shadow and spatial relationships. Her photographs convey a sense of place in time, as if to capture a fleeting moment that will never return.
“Time passes as clouds move overhead, as shadows caress trees, moving softly, gliding slowly across the lawn. Broken bows and wilted leaves signal the forward motion of time through space and through our lives. Artists and photographers vainly attempt to capture time, to stop it in its tracks, to preserve a memory and to be remembered- searching for meaning with visual place markers.”