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A Walk in the Woods

  • Niehoff Urban Studio 2728 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH, 45219 United States (map)

A Walk in the Woods of Jacob Burnet
The aim of the exhibit is to show unusual, in-depth and detailed images of the ecology of Burnet Woods. Divided by trail, the artist invites the viewer to experience the often missed and hidden beauty of the park. Rama Kasturi has lived in Clifton for 23 years.
Her visual experience walking in Burnet Woods is documented in this photography exhibit.

“This exhibition has been born out of my desire to share with you some of what I have seen and experienced by walking the trails within Burnet Woods Park for over two decades. The park is a photographer’s dream offering year-round interest. My photographs are a testament to the timeless beauty of these woods located in the heart of the city and a visual reminder that the woods, like life, are constantly renewing themselves.  

I hope that my photographs will inspire you to explore the woods and leave you with a better understanding of what lies within its canopy. The images have been selected to showcase the intricate details and dazzling array of colors, textures, shapes, and forms of the immense variety of flora and fauna that are an integral part of Burnet Woods. The interplay of light and dark along the major park trails and the seasonal beauty of the woods are highlighted in these photographs.

My first experience of Burnet Woods was in the Spring of 1996, when I rescued a dog and needed a place to exercise him daily. Twenty years later, I still walk in these woods with my dogs, marveling at this urban “parkscape”. My daily two mile hike through the woods and around the park has offered me the opportunity to see, hear, smell, and experience first-hand the full scope of everything this park has to offer.”
-Rama Kasturi

Join us for an evening with the artist: enjoy light bites + beverages.
Take part in an interactive floral art installation + create your own bouquet with Ohio flowers of the season.

FREE + Open to the Public.

Earlier Event: August 31