A meditation on loss and remembrance seen through the shattered remains of a San Francisco church.
Jean Collier Hurley photographs urban neighborhoods within the United States and abroad. Her images are dominated by form, line and color, often incorporating a deeper meaning. Holy Ground Forever emerged from a collection of large prints selected for exhibit in San Francisco City Hall and at the Center for Photography in Woodstock, New York. The JCH portfolio of work also includes Urbanista - the visual pulse of urban living, Art at Work - artful renderings of the transformation of a weathered San Francisco pier into a modern office building, and The Beach - quiet meditation on stones and shells placed onto the sand by the surf.