At BCA since 1973
Ruth Ginsberg-Place, photographer, printmaker and book artist, lives in Brookline, Massachusetts. The imagery in her photographs, woodcuts and monotype prints comes from landscape and trees. Some of her books use photographs; some use prints. All have images accompanied by text and deal with nature or with political issues. After receiving her MFA from Syracuse University, Ruth held a tenured position in the Art Department at Southern Illinois University. She has had artist residencies at Acadia National Park and Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Selected collections include: the Boston Public Library, Congregation Beth El in Sudbury, The Art Institute of Chicago, and Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Bioengineering.
All woodcuts, 8” x 8”