Pablo Picasso said, “There is only one way to see things, until someone shows us how to look at them with different eyes.” Andrea B. Stone’s photographic exploration of the modern metropolis does just that. Trained as a landscape photographer, Stone began to devote herself to modern cityscapes following “an epiphany of sight” in Portland, Oregon in 2011. Since that time, she has travelled to over twenty cities in North America and Europe. Photographs from her two series, City Reflections and Elements, have been published and sold in three continents, including Asia. Her prints can be found in private and corporate collections, and in the permanent collection of Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum.