Limited edition, archival prints by National Geographic photographer Cary Wolinsky and TRIIIBE

The Namib, the oldest desert on earth, preserves the exquisite corpse of the German West African diamond-mining town called Kolmanskop.


The Namib, the oldest desert on earth, preserves the exquisite corpse of the German West African diamond-mining town called Kolmanskop.

Evidence of the brief existence of glass, metal and wood sculptures created solely to conjure evocative images by projecting and diffracting sunlight.


Evidence of the brief existence of glass, metal and wood sculptures created solely to conjure evocative images by projecting and diffracting sunlight.

Each piece of fabric unwittingly holds a piece of the very story of civilization, and the part of the world that gave it life.  —Issey Miyake


Each piece of fabric unwittingly holds a piece of the very story of civilization, and the part of the world that gave it life.  —Issey Miyake

Photographs created by Cary and Wolinsky and artists Alicia, Kelly and Sara Casilio (identical triplets) during their intense, five-year collaboration.


Photographs created by Cary and Wolinsky and artists Alicia, Kelly and Sara Casilio (identical triplets) during their intense, five-year collaboration.

In Search of Eden: Fugi

In Search of Eden: Fugi

Opening Reception on February 7th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
at the Fitchburg Art Museum 

Read all about the show at NPR's THE ARTERY

Read more in the Worcester Telegram

Read Elin Spring's Photography Blog —Tribal Tribulations
"A rose is a rose is a rose." Or is it…

Read Cate McQuaid's Review in the Boston Globe