Margaretville — Landscape photographs by Karin Wolf, now on display at the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) in Margaretville, offer a glimpse into the lush and mysterious world of forest and stream.
The public is welcome to view “Hidden Places” at the CWC, 905 Main Street, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed holiday Mondays). The show will be up through August 31.
In these 13 photographs, Wolf captures rare moments (a merganser on a rock in Woodland Valley); new perspectives (a face in the bark of a tree); and nature’s own art (‘walking roots’ in Woodstock). Other images take the viewer to secret glens and streamside sanctuaries “where faeries play.”
“The most amazing artistry is to be found in nature,” Karin Wolf explains. “I am especially intrigued by the detail, shape, and color found in rock, water, stone, and plants.”
Wolf, who lives in Mt. Tremper, is a photographer who has worked in New York City and the Catskill Mountains for over four decades. Although much of her work focuses on people and events, her passion is nature photography. She is also a writer and educator, and taught writing at City University of New York for 21 years. Her photos have been exhibited in galleries in New York City and throughout the Hudson Valley. www.karinawolf.info.