Kay McCabe is a photographer living in rural Vermont. A retired dancer and dance educator, she is fascinated by gesture, form and light. Her work focuses on capturing the natural world and its relationship to our emotional states. She is deeply influenced by the somatic and improvisational techniques of modern dance. After studying at Wesleyan University, McCabe immersed herself in the downtown experimental dance scene of New York City where she presented her own work. She also toured internationally with the David Gordon Pick Up Company, Susan Foster and Dancers and others. Eventually, she made her way to Vermont, where she started a vibrant dance program at Kimball Union Academy and chaired its arts department. As a photographer, her current work is a personal examination of rural life and its exterior and interior landscapes. Mentors from Maine Media have helped to sharpen her point a view. Her work has been exhibited at Taylor Gallery in Meriden, NH and AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon, NH. 

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