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Birds are often seen as bridges to another world, as intermediaries between heaven and earth. In Chinese mythology, the powerful wings of the crane were believed to convey souls up to paradise.

In this body of work, birds carry us through vintage viewfinders and into imagined landscapes created from captured and digitally construct-ed elements.

Carter's signature style developed out of an exploration of alternative photographic processes and digital image manipulation. Her birds and landscapes have been exhibited at top art shows around the country.

Carter lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband, photographer John Charbonneau, and their son.

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About the Author

Barbara Carter
BCarter Santa Fe, NM, USA

Barbara Carter studied art and photography as an undergraduate. She then earned a master's degree in Occupational Therapy, a Ph.D. in Depth Psychology and spent 8 years as a university professor before returning to the visual arts.

Carter's signature style developed out of an exploration of alternative photographic processes and digital image manipulation. Her New Mexican, European and Chinese landscapes have been exhibited at top art shows around the country.

Barbara Carter lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband, photographer John Charbonneau, and their son.

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jahartford says

Barbara is a master of her photographic craft! Her images look more of a fine painting than of a photograph. I had the opportunity to see her prints and her book at a show up in Maine and they were stunning! If you like wildlife, birds particularly, you will love this book as there is nothing else out there like it!

posted at 04:31pm Jul 26 PST

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