Beth is known for her ethereal photography of the world's oldest trees - giant redwoods, bristlecone pines and baobab trees. Her haunting black and white portraits explore how the passing of time is represented in the sturdy trunks and outstretched branches of these ancient beings. Moon brings her subjects to life using platinum printing, a labor intensive process noted for its luminosity and almost 3-dimensional quality.
Her recent book of photographs features one of Africa's natural wonders, the baobab, which can live to 2500 years old and have water storing trunks that can grow to be over 100 feet around.
See her work during Art Walk at Slate Gray Gallery, Friday, May 26 from 4-7pm then join us at the bookstore for her booksigning.