Salvage – Rare and Lovely Art by Heather F. Wetzel

From the Collection, "Salvage" by Heather F. Wetzel
From the Collection, “Salvage” by Heather F. Wetzel

Heather F. Wetzel is a fine arts photographer who currently a lecturer at The Ohio State University.  For her work on “Salvage” she used a photograph process on the tops and bottoms of recycled cans to capture soft and ghostly images of plants.  On her website Heather  states, “By using a circular format of varying diameters, these photogenic drawings become little worlds. The plant material used to create the imagery indicates growth, biodiversity, and potential regeneration.”   You can see more of Heather F. Wetzel’s photography HERE and on her website HERE.


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