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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Jennifer Saracino

SPE Member since 2011
Member Chapter: Northwest

Holga Gems

Photography is imagination. With my camera I choose to express a separate reality, visual experiences that blend the dimension of time and space. My work pays homage to original photographic mediums while imparting a modern vision. My work is a combination of antiquity, modernism, timelessness, and mystery.

I see multidimensional world. When photographing, no matter the subject, I look for elements and juxtapositions that raise the image above the mundane. Often I will create multiple exposures to achieve the desired effect. While in other scenes, a singular exposure expresses the transcendent nature I wish to capture.

My dreamscapes allow the viewer to absorber reality, gaining connection with their subconscious, and draw their own conclusions. Aspects of my work are representation, but the purpose of my work is inspirational. I capture unique images resulting in original pieces of art.

My imagery works on multiple levels. They require the viewers to A: Pay attention. B: Search within themselves C: Lead the viewer on a path of discovery.

It is imperative that the viewer understands that these images are textural. Seeing them in print is a very different experience then viewing them electronically. Scale and media is important for imagery of this nature.


Genesis

Nowhere Slowly

Passover

Hidden Valley

Crimson Cumulus

Whirling Windmill

Mystic Treasure

Hell's Towers

E-Turn-L

Rise Above

River of Life

Twisted Destiny

Hidden Angels

Aleoluiah

Metal Mountains

Barker's Dam

Beauty From Pain

Manifestation

Joshua's Tree

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Sunsets Pyrotechnics

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