Artwork copyright Glenn Rudolph. Photo courtesy of the artist.
White Bluffs, 1998
(American, born 1946)
Location: University of Washington - Bothell, Bothell
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Artist Glenn Rudolph is recognized for his work photographing vacant landscapes, abandoned spaces, and people who inhabit them. Along the way, he indirectly captures time, place, and community. His photographs are about the changing face of the Pacific Northwest.
This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with University of Washington - Bothell and Cascadia Community College.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Glenn Rudolph's photographs tell the powerful stories of the Northwest's changing landscapes and communities. He has focused on disappearing farmlands, the bankrupt Milwaukee Railroad Company, landless Indian tribes, neighborhood gardens, and abandoned mine sites among other subjects.
Rudolph is a former commercial fisher and has been a photographer since the mid-1970s. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1968.
|Material Category||Work on paper - photograph|
|Medium||Gelatin silver print on paper|
|Dimensions||30 in x 40 in|
|Acquisition Method||Direct purchase|
|Artist Location||Washington, United States|
|Agency||University of Washington|
|Artwork Location||University of Washington - Bothell|
Founders Hall (UW1 building), 2nd floor south hallway, east wall
|Address||18115 Campus Way NE|
Bothell, WA 98011
|Geo. Coordinates||47.760694, -122.191129|
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