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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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Geanna Merola

Geanna
Merola

SPE Member since 1999
Member Chapter: Mid-Atlantic

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Blue Lamp and Faces
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Bowery Windows with Mirrors
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Dog in the Window
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Fabric Shop Window
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Sputnik Lamp 2
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Sputnik Lamp
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Yellow Taxi
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Woman in the Window
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Bowery, Young Man with Cigarette
Inkjet Print

Geanna Merola

SPE member since 1999
Electric Candles
Inkjet Print

about

Geanna Merola is an artist and educator whose interest in and use of photography spans a period of over thirty-five years. Merola has exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions in New York City at the former Lieberman & Saul Gallery, later at Julie Saul Gallery, Christinerose Gallery, and Karen McCready Gallery. She has received fellowship grants from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts in 1983 and 1987, as well as an NEA/Mid-Atlantic Regional Fellowship in 1995. Merola completed a Mid-Career Fellowship at Princeton University in 1999-2000.

Merola's work is included in private, public and corporate collections. She currently teaches photography and the history of photography at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, New Jersey. She divides her time between New York City and Ocean Grove, New Jersey, and keeps a studio near her home in Ocean Grove.

Past and present work can been seen at www.geannamerola.com

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