7.28.2011

MARK LAITA: Amaranthine, Sea, and Serpentine

Black Pakistan Cobra, 2010
Photograph (c)Mark Laita. Courtesy Fahey|Klein Gallery

Photograph (c)Mark Laita. Courtesy Fahey|Klein Gallery

Fahey|Klein Gallery will exhibit three new bodies of work from photographer Mark Laita: Amaranthine, Sea, and Serpentine. "In Amaranthine, Laita expertly documents over 100 species of birds from several natural history museums’ ornithological archives. Serpentine is a collection of images of the seductive and mythological snake. And in Sea, his photographs reveal the ethereal and otherworldly nature of sea life. Sea, will be published by Abrams in the Fall/ Winter of 2011."
Fahey|Klein Gallery
July 28 - September 3

8 comments:

meera said...

The photos are so gorgeous --is it serendipity or staged?

Caio Fern said...

great themes.
I like and think so hard to make good photos of sea life in general... wonderful photo.

Danae Falliers said...

beautiful. thanks for sharing these.

Danae Falliers said...

beautiful.

Ricky Bush said...

I vote for the black cobra.

Paul Biddle Photographer said...

I really like the positive and negative aspect of the Comet and Panther Grouper. Op-Art in motion.

Jane Kilpatrick Schott said...

Fantastic...take my breath away.

GYPSYWOMAN said...

breath-takingly beautiful! magnificent and powerful!