Kari enjoys photographing the ignored and overlooked. This comes in many forms of objects, nature, and even people. She tries to take a different view of the ordinary reminding herself that there is beauty all around. Being drawn to the textures in life, items that have been used and weathered, animals with scales or fur, hands that are wrinkled with wisdom and hard work, Kari sees beauty in the texture of the ignored that can tell a story. Published for her documentary work photographing the homeless in Seattle and being represented in various community art shows, Kari is grateful for the opportunity to share the stories she sees through her lens. Overall Kari’s hope is to share the moments and images that evoke a reaction while shining light on the overlooked nuances in life.
Come see Kari and her photographs at the “Art in the Garden” event on Saturday, August 10th!
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