RANDOLPH, Vt.— Randolph’s Ken Goss brings his unique view of flowers to the Gifford Gallery this month. Goss takes photos inside flowers, exploring their individual identity and beauty.
“A closer and deeper view inside exposes many new things to the viewer,” Goss said. “Each flower is completely different.”
Goss is a retired ariel photographer who specialized in topographic mapping and photo interpretation. Now he spends time pursuing photography as an art form, spanning an eclectic mix of subjects.
One example of Ken’s work on display is a photo of a black hollyhock just as the pollen is exploding. Goss calls it, “Ground Zero.” It took him two and a half days to capture the image.
Goss’ photography, currently displayed at the Gifford Art Gallery, is for sale.