Anthropause: Peggy McClure
Time in nature during the pandemic engendered a sense of solitude rather than isolation for McClure. She used the back yard to create new work on paper, and on long daily walks in the local woods and parks, took hundreds of photographs with her phone and DSLR camera. Skies were clear, and nature was flourishing during the pause, while all other norms were disintegrating. Her photographs reflect the experiences of the past year.