Photographer Adam Ritchey debuts “Invisible Light” collection

“One Day I Looked Up,” Digital C-Print, 16″ x 20″

Photo: Adam Ritchey

Fayetteville artist Adam Ritchey debuted a new collection of his infrared photographs entitled “Invisible Light” this week.

The new work is on display through September at Common Grounds, 412 W. Dickson Street.

For the new collection, Ritchey used a specially-modified camera to capture infrared light typically invisible to the human eye.

“The images reveal an unseen world where skies are black and green foliage takes on an otherworldly radiance,” said Richey in an artist statement.

Fifteen photos, with sizes up to 24-by-36-inches, are now on sale in limited editions of 15 prints each.

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