Bonnie Edelman’s latest series was born out of experimentation during a family vacation in Uruguay several years ago. While driving through the countryside, she mistakenly captured an out-of-focus image. In this digital age, she was tempted to erase her “error” immediately but held off for some reason. Weeks later, she came across the image again and fell in love with its abstract tranquil character and vibrant hues. Since then, she’s captured others in a similar vein from shorelines, boats and airplanes, resulting in her aptly named Scapes (Land, Sea and Sky), a grand body of work. According to Edelman, embracing this unique style has given her a brand-new perspective on the world, allowing her to envision it in blurs of color rather than restrictive details. Deep Horizon (2010), captured in Mexico, is available in three sizes. This archival-quality chromogenic print is mounted on acid-free museum board backing, then enclosed in a whitewashed maple frame under a UV-shielded Plexiglas face. Each piece is signed and numbered. Made in U.S.A.