Unseen Details From Harry’s Hardware


Walking into Harry’s Hardware Store over the years, I have always been visually overwhelmed by all the things-folks-might-need.  But when I began this year’s search for the minimal geometric shapes I love to photograph, I realized that Harry’s held a wealth of singular details.  And with windows on three sides of the store, the light moved throughout the day illuminating different treasures every hour.

These Quartets are my effort to create order out of what seemed a visual onslaught for so many years.  My hope is that these images will encourage the viewers to notice the unseen details all around us.



Rosalind Daniels grew up in Richmond, Virginia.  She has been a fiber artist for many years and has recently returned to her early interest in photography now that digital photography has simplified photo production.  The immediacy of photography strikes her as a perfect balance to the slower process of creating quilts. Her home in rural Cabot, Vermont provides her constant inspiration as the seasons and landscapes continuously offer interesting shapes and varying palettes for exploration, while her urban travels never cease to surprise her.

Roz has recently exhibited at Studio Place Arts in Barre, VT and Waterbury Public Library in Waterbury, VT.
You can see her fiber art here.

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