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Mary Randlett Landscapes by Mary Randlett

Mary Randlett's photographic vision of the Northwest is big-hearted, intricate, and tender and fully inhabited by the animals, tides, forests, mountains, and spirits that dwell there. What others may take for granted, Randlett sees as quintessential: overcast days with endless and often exquisite variations of gray clouds, raindrops on puddles, dripping branches, and distant shafts of sunlight breaking through the cloud cover. She is steeped in the history of the Northwest and its many art forms.

Mary Randlett Landscapes presents a visual record of the Northwest at its most pristine and poetic. During her many years of finely tuned observation, Randlett has learned to take the time to ponder the essences of what she sees—the curl of a bird's drifting feather, a water strider not quite breaking the surface of the water, fog ascending a hillside, the moment a pond's surface turns to ice. Her photography brings this corner of the Northwest to the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780295994062
Publisher: University of Washington Press and Tacoma Art Museum
Publication date: 08/21/2014
Series: McLellan Endowed Series
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Mary Randlett has been photographing the Northwest for more than fifty-five years. Her works are held in at least forty permanent collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Institution.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Lifting the Veil / Ted D'Arms

Mary Randlett, Friend and Photographer / Barry Herem

The Art of Mary Randlett / Denise Levertov

7 Poems by Denise Levertov

Afterword / Joyce Thompson

Chronology / Jo Ann Ridley


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Mike Dillon

The book offers up the Northwest’s moss and rain, sun and shade and its quicksilver light, as if the freeways and tall buildings — the cash nexus — weren’t out there somewhere. But we know they are.

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