Elaine Blatt
American, Lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri.
Elaine Blatt's new series of photographs, taken in Antarctica, Africa, and of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's The Gates in New York City, continues the artist's exploration of unfamiliar and distant places. Despite their apparent disparate subject matter, each image represents a realization of the ephemeral nature of life. Whether it is bold photographs of animals or landscapes that might not exist in the near future, Blatt's photographs preserve these fading elements of life and presents them with a sense of wonder and respect.

Elaine Blatt, a native St. Louisan and world traveler has been exhibiting her photographs for the last 25 years. She studied under Ansel Adams, Mary Ellen Mark and Lisl Dennis and received two Master Degrees from Washington University in St. Louis. Her work has been exhibited widely in London, Paris, and Chicago among others. Her photographs are in the collection of the St. Louis Art Museum, Bryan Cave, KPMG Peat Marwick, US Bank, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Paris.

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