Melinda Hurst Frye
Seattle photographer and photography teacher Melinda Hurst Frye flatbed-scans holes in her backyard and specimens from museums to construct these amazingly detailed tableaux of the unseen world below us.
She writes: “The surface is not a border, but an entrance to homes, nurseries, highways and graveyards.”
When you stand in front of her large-format prints you become lost in the detail and constantly make new discoveries.
Melinda’s prints are at the Core Gallery in Seattle through August 27th.
A more in-depth interview about process and inspiration is here: http://hafny.org/blog/2016/8/in-the-dirt-melinda-hurst-frye-brings-a-scanner-to-her-yard