Ruth Ginsberg-Place, printmaker, book artist and photographer is a native New Yorker who now considers Brookline her hometown. Ruth’s work is in collections at Johns Hopkins University, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Standard Club of Detroit, Fidelity Investments, The Boston Public Library, and other sites. Of her most recent one-person exhibitions, one was at Brookline Town Hall: “Latitudes North & South”, photographic images of vegetation in northern Maine and southern Florida along Route 1. The other one-person show was at the New England Institute of Art: “Wanderings on the Schoodic Peninsula”, photographs from Maine created during a three-week residency in Acadia National Park. Ruth has taught art in Illinois and in Boston, has had residencies in Maine and at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, works in her studio at the Boston Center for the Arts and is an enthusiastic member of the Time Project.