Salton Sea Mailbox
15 x 19 ", platinum-palladium print with watercolor.
Edition of 12 with 3 artist's proofs
"The fragile beauty of Myers' prints succeeds in conveying her words on this failed environment quietly, on a level that is almost subliminal.
'I don't do portraits or social commentary,' says the photographer. 'What interests me is living-the way human beings affect the landscape in which they live. I want to share what I've learned about a particular place or issue-I feel a sense of personal responsibility to do that.'" - Judith Bell, Taxi (November 1989)
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