MFA mentor Frank Meuschke was featured in the March issue of Lake Minnetonka Magazine for his one-year artist residency at the Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve.
Meuschke spent his year at Cedar Creek capturing over 8,000 photographs of the reserve, which he then narrowed down to a smaller selection of work that resulted in the show Invisible Present at Rosalux Gallery. Through his work, Meuschke discovered a sense of mystery in the presence of scientific equipment within Cedar Creek's varied ecological landscapes.
“His work captured a different side of Cedar Creek than most of the scientists here have experienced,” says Caitlin Potter, the Cedar Creek education and community engagement coordinator. “Although the experiments, landscapes, infrastructure, and equipment Frank captures in his photographs are run-of-the-mill to those of us who work them every day, he somehow manages to catch them in a different light.”