Gayle C. Waterman has followed a path of creative expression during her life through writing, drawing and minimalist design. Recently she has chosen abstract photography to articulate her artistic passion. After a professional career in Health Care Administration and Business Operations Consulting, she is creating abstract art that challenges the tradition of photography and provokes the desire to look beyond the layers of time.
Gayle’s path brought her to the Aspen Valley 15 years ago. She lives and works in a restored 1800’s barn that she and her husband relocated from Vermont to Basalt, Colorado. Together they built a business in historic preservation using reclaimed building materials, designing custom furniture and selling antiques. Their creative partnership opened doors for the qualities that we see in Gayle’s photography.
With an eye for contemporary design and an appreciation for relics of history, her abstract images transform the old into the new. Through photography, she hopes to inspire others to look deeply and find beauty beyond the surface. Gayle’s photography uses the patina of time to create art that complements the clean lines of modern design.