“Headlamp” By Evan Plunkett, Archival Photographic Print
17" x 22"
Archival Photographic Print
“There is an endless amount of material out there for subject matter. My work is about my connection to some of the objects, surfaces, and materials in the world, man-made and otherwise. It is noticed reflections, light patterns and sources; sightings of rust or the effects of weather—snow, rain, fog—water drops on a windshield or sleet obscuring lines of sight. It is the patinas, textures, configurations, and perspectives of the seasons and the changes in materials and surfaces. It is also about the mirrored images, self-reflections, internally and externally. It is documentation of complexities that become simple and realities that become unreal when noticed with passion. Representing the world with awe and wonder allows me to access it later, remembering rare and beautiful moments.”
Evan Plunkett is a multi-media artist. His primary focus for the past decade has been photography, but painting is becoming a more important part of his work.
Evan has published two monographs of photography:Landscapes, 2019 and Statements in Passing, 2017. His work has been included in several exhibitions and private collections.
Evan is a graduate of the University of Miami and resides in Putney, Vermont.