Lake Erie, February (01)

by Laura Bell

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Artist Statement

This image is part of an on-going formal study of Lake Erie. The photographs are shot from the same location over an expanse of time, documenting the ever-changing nature of the Lake. This particular photograph was taken in February; one of my favorite times of year on the Lake, when the landscape is transformed into a vast plain of ice and snow.

I've lived near Lake Erie on-and-off for the past 13 years, and during this time my love of photographing it has grown. Lake Erie has yet to lose its power for me. I am constantly amazed by how mutable it is--dramatically transforming with the weather and seasons. I consider my urge to take these photographs to be akin to a collector. I'm constantly on the lookout to add to the collection, and never sure if it is complete.

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Laura Bell

Laura Bell received a BFA in photography from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2008. She has exhibited her work throughout the United States and internationally. She has received numerous awards for her work, including the Agnes Gund Traveling Scholarship, which helped fund her photographic project in Scotland. In 2010, she received the Keystone Fellowship from the Silver Eye Center for Photography. This award included a solo show.
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