Eleanor Steinadler

“When I photograph, I try to confront the ephemeral ā€“ the stillness behind the movement ā€“ where the environment endures despite human interference. In my photographs, I want to capture the timeless moment, hold it still for us.

 

On the importance of color: Color is for me an interactive experience, each hue interfacing. That is the structure within which the play of light is caught. I find myself waiting for the moment. An inner light reaches out to me. It pervades what Iā€™m looking at. I want that inner light to be experienced; it colors my photographs.”

Abandoned (Truro,MA) #7Archival Pigment Print, 24in x 36in, 2017 Corkscrew Swamp, Florida (#17)Archival digital print, 13 x 19 inches
Winter, Provincetown (#34)Archival digital print,  19 x 13 inches Winter - Provincetown Fencing (#7)Archival digital print, 13 x 19 inches
Provincetown Beach (#26)Archival digital print, 19 x 13 inches Provincetown Bay 1/8/2010Archival digital print, 13 x 19 inches
Corkscrew Swamp, Florida (#25)Archival digital print, 19 x 13 inches