Jeanne Anderton’s photographs include a wide range of subject matter. From moments of everyday life; light filling a room, the arrangement of objects on a table to the position of a woman crossing the street, her work speaks to the ability of photography to capture time. Her images range from traditional landscapes, culture and life styles, travel, structures threatened by changing population to painterly images with color and motion. Her emotional tableaus address issues including women’s rights, feminism, personal challenges, illness and death while reference contemporary subjects or current events. Anderton uses an assortment of mediums to create her work from conventional black and white or color film materials, 19th century alternate photographic processes, digital imagery using traditional and non-traditional mediums including fabric and polycarbonate. The work ranges in size from miniatures to large-scale presentations and installations.