looking at participants from Review Santa Fe
Each summer, when I spend some time at the ancestral waters of a lake in Massachusetts, I take a walk through the woods and think about all the generations before me that have walked the same paths, gone swimming in the same lake, and enjoyed the sounds of wind whipping through the trees. Janet Pritchard’s photographs remind me of those walks. Her images feel as if they were taken a hundred years ago, before strip malls and the Internet and life as we know it today. The good news is that they were taken today, and these quiet moments of natural beauty are part of our contemporary world.
“Janet Pritchard is an active artist working in photography. She works predominantly in the genre of landscape and uses analog and digital tools to create her images. Before coming to the University of Connecticut, Professor Pritchard taught at Tyler School of Art at Temple University and the University of Colorado. She completed her MA and MFA degrees at the University of New Mexico.”
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