Jennifer McKinnon Richman (born Seattle, WA; lives Atlanta, GA) earned a BA from Colby College, Waterville, ME. Jennifer’s work has been shown in group exhibitions at Atlanta Artists Center, Atlanta Photography Group, Bowen Center, Mason Fine Art and Photo Buckhead, all Atlanta, GA and in online exhibitions. She has received awards from Artbox Projects; Fusion Art; and Light, Space, & Time, among others. Her work has appeared in Art Ascent Magazine and The Streets Magazine.
Statement from the Artist:
My series “Uncontained Consumption” is a group of digitally composited images using bits and pieces of photographs of dumpster walls to recreate oceans consumed by waste. The series challenges the viewer to decide if they are staring at a beautiful oceanscape or an apocalyptic view of the future of our oceans transformed by the products of our consumption.