Nancy Ridenour ~ Cornell Sculpture Garden: Cement Sculpture Abstracts

January 18, 2012 - February 12, 2012

The synergy of gardens, travel, and local scenery are the focus of Nancy Ridenour’s photographic art. She takes digital photos and then adjusts them with software to achieve abstract montages. Initially her montages were primarily of the beautiful lotus flower, but they have also expanded to include sculptures, architecture, and travel. These montages are printed with archival ink on photographic art paper, satin, or canvas.

The Cornell Sculpture Garden has been a constant source of fascination for Nancy. She finds the shapes and textures of the cement sculptures bold and attractive in any and all seasons and time of day.  Her abstract montages are the product of a fusion of parts to make a unique new sculpture.
Nancy Ridenour taught biology at Ithaca High School for thirty two years. After taking a class in Photoshop at Tompkins Cortland Community College she found an artistic outlet for herself that she didn’t know existed. Today she is a photographic artist producing photo-montages.

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