The work of three accomplished photographers--Bruce
Lippincott, Carolanne Markowitz, and Carl Rettenmeyer is
displayed in this exhibit. All have taken the natural world
as their subject, but each has focused his or her attention
differently. In images that range from the grandeur of a
mountainscape to the minutiae of a tropical anthill, these
photographers inform us of worlds that many of us will
From his home in Eastford Connecticut, Bruce Lippincott travels throughout North America to photograph in all seasons. He photographs landscapes and seascapes in color, printing his images on either Cibachrome (slides) or Fuji Crystal Archive paper (color negatives). Bruce exhibits his work frequently and participates in Artist Open Studios spring and fall.
a resident of Storrs, photographs wildlife, usually taking
slides. She has given many illustrated presentations
Carl Rettenmeyer is the Founding Director Emeritus of the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History. As a member of the faculty in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, his research specialty is the behavior of army ants and the hundreds of species of birds, beetles, flies, and mites associated with those ants. He lives in Storrs but journeys to the tropics nearly every year to photograph ants and other biological subjects.
Dodd Research Center, West