From the extraordinary artistic images of city landscapes to the surreal landscapes to the intriguing minimalism of ice-fishing houses on frozen lakes. Simple and powerful each of these 30-by-38 1/2-inch photographs is titled after the body of water or nearest town where they were taken. For the ones who can’t purchase prints or visit a gallery, we have the opportunity to own the book.
From the publisher –
Over seven years, Scott Peterman has braved the harsh winters of the far Northeast to document the ice-fishing houses in the lakes region of Maine and New Hampshire. Made with lightweight, windproof materials, their architecture is simple and unrefined, yet ingenious and graceful. With his typological approach and delicate eye, Peterman translates the shacks into art objects. Photographed in the rain, fog, and snow, the houses become mysterious and transcendent.