Kippy Goldfarb has been photographing trees and flowers since 1983. Her first interest was in the tiny details brought to life with a macro lens. Once Goldfarb began to explore the Arboretum; however, she stepped back to observe the majesty of trees, realizing their impact when taken as a whole. Combining, multiplying, and mirroring individual images into repetitions, she brings us new and beautiful patterns – “reverberations” of color and form. These patterns appear at the intersections where images combine and others evolve in the photographs “as a whole.” The images convey the sense of power and inspiration that nature has on the artist, and will have on the viewers of her exhibition Reverberations: A Virtual Tour, which will be on view through February 4, 2018 in the Hunnewell Building of the Arnold Arboretum. The opening reception will take place Saturday, October 21 at 1 pm.
Goldfarb’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, both solo and group, including a juried group show in 2015 at the Arnold Arboretum. Her work is also represented in various collections. She is a professional photographer in Boston. Note – The Hunnewell lecture hall is used for programs, classes, and other events. Please call 617 384-5209 for accessibility. Free, no registration required.