The show was curated by an art writer, Linda Yablonsky. She has set it up in the gallery so that it is like a ramble in the woods. This is the first show that she has ever curated, and she liked doing it!
Asked how curating differed from writing she offered:
It’s a lot more fun, I love writing, don’t get me wrong, but I sit alone at my desk in my apartment all day long talking to nobody. This is very engaging.
Photography is well-represented in the show. Zoe Leonard's vivid red apples are a perfect autumn subject.