Three Sisters

Archival, acrylic-encapsulated print on Kodak Endura Metallic paper. Exhibition size, 24 x 36″.

Three silos stand watch over the farmland in northern Montana, a trio of robust sisters huddled together in private discussion. A string of birds enter the circle from above, eavesdropping on the sisters’ conversation, collecting gossip to spread to the residents of the neighboring fields.

Hall Jameson is an American writer and artist who lives in the Pacific Northwest. Her photographs have been shown at galleries and museums locally and nationally, including The Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, The Newspace Center for Photography in Portland, Oregon, and Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in California. When she’s not taking photographs or writing stories, you can find her in her kayak on Puget Sound, in the mountains searching for ghost towns, or at home wrangling cats. Please stop by Instagram @hajaphoto to say hello or visit her website:


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