Kathryn explains, "It is my desire to pass along to others through the otherworldliness of the infrared medium a sense of mystery and deep yearning for the ineffable, for the holy, and beyond.aE Infrared film captures a segment of the invisible spectrum of light waves. The camera is seeing something we cannot see. The end result is an image that resembles physical existence, as we perceive it yet is different enough that we can feel it suggesting a deeper reality. This is the only thing that I can recall that was cool from my child hood as a museum experience.
2. The photography on display in the gallery was "The Idea of Lewis Sullivan and Edward Winston, The Last Carmel.aE I felt the overall atmosphere in the photography exhibit made me was average experience for me. It doesn't stand out like the other rooms did. I just enjoyed the Vincent Van Gogh exhibit it was hard for me to compare it to anything else. I just really was not interested in the photography exhibit. I guess I can say that I thought Edward Winston's "The Last CamelaE was more satisfying to the naked eye. His pictures in his book captured many horizons, and the waters, which made it visible how beau