128 pages; 75 Color Photographs
7.5 x 11 inches
Featured in: L’Oeil de la Photographie, Heromag, ES Postus, and, The Daily Advent.
Shot on locations around the world, Captured by the Sea documents beach culture. Cantlin works as an invisible observer, quietly studying colors and textures, and patiently waiting for facial expressions and body language to evolve. It is the juxtaposition of these details, layered in the foreground, mid-ground, and background of her photographs that makes them transportive; encouraging curiosity provoking a creative narrative within the viewer. Captured by the Sea translates this culture and community by recording fleeting glimpses into how people experience the sea.
Jessica Cantlin is an award winning fine art landscape photographer from Seattle. Cantlin travels the world with her cameras, curiosity, and love for wide open spaces. Blending texture, scale, and natural light with water, weather, and wildlife, Cantlin creates photographs that elegantly capture the intersection of humanity and the environment.
Jennifer Ament is a multi-media artist working in printmaking, painting, and mural commissions. She creates surreal images based on the exploration of our perceived realities. The work evolves over time as she strives to voice the concerns of art that are relevant to society at large.