“We had two weeks in Round Hill, a lavish and historic resort in Jamaica. While there I tried drawing and painting, but in the heat and humidity both seemed slow and complicated. On the third day I came across the fallen leaves of a Trumpet Tree. To me they resembled dresses by Issey Miyake, tossed in a heap. Over the rest of the vacation I photographed them hundreds of times. They were intrinsically elegant; shooting them the simplest way worked best.”
Vivienne Flesher is a San Francisco artist. We invited her to share a moment of play with us.