Diane Bush

Country: USA
 

Title:  Suppose We Gave A War
          and Nobody Had Cable

Medium: Macro photography

Size: 20" x 24"





The World's Women On-Line!


This body of work, titled "Suppose They Gave A War And Nobody Had Cable" is a satirical look at media censorship during the Gulf War, and consists of forty three images (one for each day of the war); all were taken with a macro lens from the television screen.

While currently working as the coordinator of the photography department of a local two year college, Bush has used photography as her creative medium since 1968 and has exhibited and published widely in Europe, Asia, and the United States.

Diane Bush may be contacted at: 3750 Grandview Place, Las Vegas, NV 89120, or by telephone: 702-795-1722, or by e-mail: bushds@co.clark.nv.us. Further examples of her work can be found on her website: www.dianebush.net
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