Jeri Eisenberg is a photo-based artist, using non-traditional techniques. The pieces sampled here are from the 'After Equinox' chapter of her series 'A Sojourn in Seasons'. She captures images using an oversized pinhole or defocused lens, largely in rural upstate New York where she lives. The pieces are translucent, reflective and tactile, as a result of the infusion of encaustic into and on the surface of the Japanese Kozo paper on which the images are printed. The pieces are suspended from acrylic bars, floating off the wall and moving with air current in a room, held in place only by strong magnets at the top.