Nadia’s in Flux is both a personal and impressionistic view of the Braidwood winter landscape and its features.
“Braidwood is my home and, for this series, my inspiration. The natural landscape is varied and changes markedly with the seasons, being particularly stark in winter. Old farmsteads dot the hills, filled with mementoes of the early settlers. Sometimes the corner of an old building reveals a tableau of objects frozen in time; past activity remembered only in detritus.
“Time moves on, like the blur of hedgerows whooshing past unnoticed in the rush to get somewhere. Photography brings the instant into focus. It reveals and defies the flux of time, and tantalizes with glimpses of the eternal present.”
The exhibition opens at 6pm on Friday 10th October at Altenburg & Co in Braidwood and runs to 9th November.
The paper selected by Nadia for these prints was Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth.