In ‘An Uncommon Planet,’ Greenwich’s Flinn Gallery presents up-close as well as vast views of the Earth

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In ‘An Uncommon Planet,’ Greenwich’s Flinn Gallery presents up-close as well as vast views of the Earth

by Annelise Hanshaw
March 25, 2022

GREENWICH — Melting glaciers, ancient canyons of the American Southwest and minerals at a microscopic level may not seem closely related, but as they hang along the walls of the Flinn Gallery, you can see the parallels.

The new show at the Flinn, called “An Uncommon Planet,” pairs the photographs of Jonathan Pozniak and Eric Seplowitz for the annual Earth Day show for the gallery located inside the Greenwich Library’s main branch.

“It’s getting people to look more closely at what’s going on. I think the art draws you in,” said Nancy Heller, who is the exhibit’s co-curator along with Alexis Abram.

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Pictured: Photographer Jonathan Pozniak shows his aerial desert photography at the “An Uncommon Planet” exhibit at Greenwich Library’s Flinn Gallery in Greenwich, Conn. Tuesday, March 22, 2022. The show features photography by Jonathan Pozniak and Eric Seplowitz, displaying the beauty and fragility of our planet both up close and from afar. Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media