“A path is a matter of perspective. It helps you become cognizant of the path you are already traveling on or forces you to create a new direction when one is lost.”
Wheaton Mahoney is an award-winning photographer based in Los Angeles and Western Massachusetts. The forest paths of this series were specifically chosen for the significant part they have had, and continue to have, in her life.
Long attracted to the graphic balance of circles, and the visual depth that is created by varying their size, Mahoney overlays a series of colored circular and semi-circular dots onto her photos. Of the specific configurations in these photos she says “some are inspired by constellations visible in the Upstate New York summertime sky, while others stem from childhood memories of catching fireflies at night.”
✤ Year ⌇ 2006
✤ Medium ⌇ Fine Art Inkjet Print
✤ Unframed ⌇ Please inquire about framing services