"Spring Beauty," photography, Kathryn Lederhause
Retired DHS Employee; current LTE at DHS
June 2012 - present
A Celebration of Trees - Madison, Wisconsin
"Madison is full of beautiful trees, from those in yards to street
terraces to the UW Campus, Arboretum, the Square and city parks. The
wealth of trees is part of what makes Madison a very desirable city.
My aim is to highlight the beauty of the tree. The images are not
strictly documentary, but capture light that gives a special essence to
The Arbor Day website states: "In laboratory research, visual
exposure to settings with trees has produced significant recovery from
stress within five minutes, as indicated by changes in blood pressure and
muscle tension."-Dr. Roger S. Ulrich Texas A&M University. I urge
you to take a stress break and enjoy! We all need to stop and appreciate
our environment; my goal is to encourage you to do that. The exhibit
consists of 15 photographs framed to 16" x 20", all of trees. It
is currently hanging in the hall outside of the Mayor's office in the City
Kathryn is an award winning artists with numerous previous exhibits
including the Lt. Governor's Office, WI Arts Board, Monona Terrace Gift
Shop and UW Union Theatre Gallery.
Sample images from the art display at 1 West Wilson
Street. Select each image to open a larger version.
Return to Current Art Display Period
April 24, 2013