Sally Gall, ‘Web’, 2010, Friends Seminary: Benefit Auction 2017

Framed. With Frame: 20 3/8 x 20 3/8 in.

Preliminary online bidding closes on March 9th at 4:00PM EST. Online bids will be transferred and executed at the benefit event later that night.

Image rights: Courtesy of the Artist

About Sally Gall

Sally Gall has spent her career exploring the intricacies of the natural world in delicate black-and-white photos of dew on spider webs, reflections on water, formal gardens, insects, caverns, and the subterranean world. Using a square-format Diana or Hasselblad camera, she creates abstractions of familiar subjects, showing nature at once as immense and intimate, nurturing and overwhelming, often shooting at dawn, dusk and other transitional moments. Recently Gall has begun working in color while continuing to use nature as her muse, as in “Crawl”, a series where she focused on the lush ecosystem that lives in the landscapes just inches from the ground.

American, b. 1956, Washington, D.C.

Solo Shows

New York,
Sally Gall: Unbound

Group Shows

Bates College Museum of Art, 
Lewiston, ME, USA,
Photographs by Women, Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection