About Kathleen Pickard

One of my greatest pleasures in photography is uncovering the unfamiliar in the familiar. When I hear from a viewer that “I live here but I’ve never noticed that before!”, I smile in satisfaction. Beauty is often hiding in plain sight, but it takes practice to see it.


End frame: Weed Against Sky, 1948 by Harry Callahan

Photographing the Un-Grand Landscape

Larry Monczka and Kathleen Pickard