I became aware of the work of photographer Anne Barnard when reading the October, 2013 issue of B&W Magazine. The magazine featured Anne’s work in an article written by editor Dean Brierly in a section called “Alternatives.”
“Spots and marks, gobs and blobs, tangled up unrecognizable jumble that mumbles and shouts; the edge of a pattern; the lines of a hand; a body as it steals through time; I like the where, what and how of these things.” says Anne.
The photos that accompany this posting are from the “Cells” and the “DNA” series.
You can see Anne’s work at http://annebarnard.com/
By Jim McKinniss