This gallery, "Stations of the Scale," deals with the serious issue of eating disorders in a humorous yet insightful way in constructed self-portraits of the photographer based on famous works of art. Prior images from the series were exhibited in July and August 2010 at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA in a two-person show during the 16th National Juried Exhibition. In his review of the show in The Boston Globe, Mark Feeney called the work "playful and witty and not a little sad." They were also shown September-November 2011 at the Newbury College Gallery in Brookline, MA and in the exhibit "Women 360" at the South Shore Art Center in 2012. "Yearning" was seen at the Griffin Museum in the 18th National Juried Prize Show, Paul Kopeikin, juror. Mark Feeney wrote about the piece in his review July 31, 2012 in the Boston Globe. The author, who holds an Ed.M. from Harvard Graduate School of Education, is available to talk to groups about the etiology and treatment of eating disorders from her perspective. Individual images are available for purchase as prints on high-quality archival paper. For more information, see the Contact section on the left. To arrange an exhibit, please contact Andrea@AndreaRosenthal.com. To increase the size of the images, please double-click on them.
Stations of the Scale -- book and prints