Over the past 40 years, Rangeley resident Madeleine de Sinéty has worked on several continents, quietly documenting the everyday lives and public events of those who reside in obscure rural corners of the world.
This selection of images will focus on her multi-year exploration of traditional French farm families in a small region of Brittany, village life in Uganda, and the work of a single logger in northern Maine who still uses draft horses to pull this precious natural resource from the woods. On the lighter side of life in Maine, de Sinéty has also documented the famed photographer and conceptual artist, William Wegman, at work in Rangeley making large Polaroid portraits of his dogs.
The photographs will remain on view through December 18, 2011.
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