Category: Through the lens

Through the Lens: local labyrinths

Paths to enlightenment: Local labyrinths show the way  by Liza Roberts photographs by Tim Lytvinenko A labyrinth is not a maze. With a single, meandering path to a center destination, a labyrinth guides a walker along a prescribed route; it does not…

Through the Lens: Wallscapes

Through the Lens: Wallscapes by Jessie Ammons photographs by Geoff Wood and Gibson Wood “Buildings come in a few colors: brown, blue, and clear. Adding another layer of color is what, I think, art does,” says Jedidiah Gant of the…

Through the Lens: Diana Bloomfield: A Daughter, A Muse

A Daughter, A Muse text and photographs by Diana Bloomfield Most of my work focuses on the intersection of the past and my memory of that past. Memories, fugitive and ever-shifting, are always subject to interpretation, while photographs are tangible. The…

The Times They Are a-Changin’

photographs by Christer Berg As Raleigh grows, its downtown cityscape changes daily. Photographer Christer Berg dusted off his 30-year-old Nikon F3 film camera and his medium-format Hasselblad camera to capture our current moment in time and the people making it happen….

Above it all: Roofs with a view

by Jesma Reynolds photographs by Tim Lytvinenko It’s a vertical world we live in, and Raleigh is going up. Young professionals and empty nesters are migrating downtown to live, work, and play, fueling demand for stylish residential projects that are reshaping…

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