This photography exhibit explores the beauty of the earth’s sky throughout the changing seasons. With this new type of portraiture, Rubenstein reminds us to just take a moment and enjoy what nature has to offer.
Taken throughout a year’s time, the images that float from the gallery walls walk the viewer through the brilliant shy’s changing seasons. Subtle reminders of mankind frame out the scenes in the forms of steel and glass.
Rubenstein made her name in New York City shooting celebrities such as John Lennon, Muhammad Ali, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Mick Jagger, The Beatles, and Andy Warhol, with whom she became friends. She went on to work for Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, People, Time, Life, CBS and HBO; as well as publishing several books of her work. Most recently she was included in the film “Country: Portraits of an American Sound,” which highlights the photography of Raeanne and Henry Diltz; as well as, performers like Rosanne Cash, Merle Haggard and Keith Urban. Raeanne will be discussing her newest series at the museum’s Art Walk on October 1st. The event is free to the public.