Each branch and log that artist Sharon Neel-Bagley rescues from Dallas County resident’s “brush and bulk” trash was going to the landfill. Her show includes twelve zip codes to represent a cross-section of Dallas. Mrs. Neel-Bagley carefully chose the tree remnants from each location that are the basis of her new work. Utilizing photography, printmaking, scientific tools, and methods these discarded specimens give us a glimpse into the plant’s magnificent universe.
Microscopic Cross-Sections and Other Oblique Views Dallas, TX: Urban Heat Island from a Tree’s View, brings together new perspectives and conversations about our community’s view of trees.
Sharon Neel-Bagley is an artist photographer and lives and works in Dallas, TX. She produces work in a wide range of disciplines, including photography, printmaking, sculpture, and video. Her work exhibits in galleries and museums across the country. Mrs. Neel-Bagley’s photographs are in corporate art collections and museums. Sharon has a BFA from the University of North Texas in fine art photography.
Submitted by Sharon Neel-Bagley. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.snbagleyphotography.com/