On Larch, In the Sun depicts faint scenes from within a home that was built by my great grandfather. The house no longer stands; photographs and memories are all that remain.
These anthotype photographs are made through the fading of organic material (yellow onion skins, morning glory petals, and spinach) and continue to be sensitive to light. Like the memory of their subject, these prints will continue to fade over time. Eventually the images will disappear entirely.