Life cycles and natural processes drive David Stichweh as a photographer.
Using landscape and botanical studies, his works record transitional, fleeting moments. Fading flower blossoms, sunlight on tree branches and withered leaves are reminders of the temporal.
Consisting of a selection of cyanotypes — a process developed in the mid-1800s — his photos on view at Otterbein University in Westerville are nostalgic and function as records of loss and change.
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