Rhythms of Creation:
A Family's Impressions of Indigenous Peoples of the World




Connie Baxter Marlow

Connie became a landscape photographer in the 60's and 70's, published a book of photographs on Mt. Katahdin and Baxter State Park, Maine in 1972 which was republished in the summer of 1999. She has spent the past fifteen years in close association,  "as family", with various tribes of the United States and Mexico.  Her photographs in this exhibit take a "family album" approach to sharing the way of life she experienced.  Her landscape photography has been shown at Bowdoin College, University of Maine, The Gargoyle Gallery, Aspen, CO, Art Center College of Design and included in an exhibit of 20th Century American Photography in Kansas City, Missouri in 1974.  "Rhythms of Creation" has toured New England and Mexico since 1999.  She was recently introduced to the Bushmen of the Kalahari by her partner Andrew and had never been so "loved on" as she was by them.



Connie Baxter Marlow