"The sight of any one of a number of photographs by Caroline Vaughan can clean my sight like a fierce but soon forbearing solvent. In her work, the Earth is its full best self - a self from all its billion selves, all things to all creatures: terror and joy, our hope of rescue, our eventual rest." - Reynolds Price, from the foreword "Devastating and quietly revealing. There is something both equalising and transforming that takes place when a subject is placed in Vaughan's lens. She has a way of evoking and capturing a moment of intense self-recognition in her subjects." - Alex Harris "Borrowed Time - life and death, fire and ice, male and female, outer and inner meet timelessness, the narrow temperature zone of life, androgyny, and wholeness in a slow dance that is more complex than it seems at first glance." - Olivia Parker "Borrowed Time is quite elegant." - Anne Tucker, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston "Caroline Vaughan's work is lovingly seen and meticulously produced." - Marianne Fulton, George Eastman House
About the Author
Caroline Vaughan has photographed the North American landscape for twenty five years. A student of Minor White at MIT, she was also influenced by Imogen Cunningham. Her photographs have appeared in many publications, including "Aperture," "Parnassus," and "Camera." Exhibited widely, her work has been on display at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Burden Gallery of the Aperture Foundation, and at other museums and galleries across the nation.
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