ARTmonday: Sally Gall Photographs in Nature

I can’t believe I’ve never posted on New York City-based photographer Sally Gall. I learned of her work back when I was an editor at a Travel Holiday magazine in New York, just out of college. I have the first of her two books, The Waters Edge (Umbra Editions / Chronicle Books, 1995), and I believe I even purchased one of her prints as a gift for someone (though maybe not; I can’t find that image anywhere). Sally Gall photographs nature close up and far away, beautiful and eerie, intense and quiet. Here is a sampling of her work throughout her career.

Sally Gall Black & White Photography

Hover

Sally Gall Black & White Photography

Between Worlds

Sally Gall Black & White Photography

Bruges

Sally Gall Black & White Photography

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Sally Gall Black & White Photography

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Sally Gall Black & White Photography

Colombe D’Or

Sally Gall Commute Snail Photo

Commute

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Residue of a Dream

Sally Gall Black & White Photography

Ascott

Sally Gall Central Park

Sunday in the Park

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Spider Web #2

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Spider Web #10

Sally Gall Green Grass

Double Spiraling Helix

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Girl Surfing

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Oasis

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Quadrant

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Sally Gall Girl In Cave

Linda, The Baths

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