My passion with photography started in 1997. My first love was photographing
close-ups of flowers and butterflies.
Now, I coax interest out of everyday objects. I look for moments of
juxtaposition, of hard and soft, fire and ice. I catch shadows, reflections in
water, buildings within other buildings, 'distortions' seen through liquid or glass.
I used film for many years, but when the first digital Canon
SLR came out I was hooked. It became my partner in creativity and gave me
instant feedback. The Canon and the computer led to new experimentation.
While I now edit both through the lens and on the screen, my artistic
emphasis remains focused on pivotal moments before releasing the shutter.
Exhibit 2011, April 30 - May 29.
"MULTIPLICITIES: THROUGH THE LENS OF A CHILD’S TOY"
Exhibit 2010, February 12 - March 14,
Exhibit 2009, March 20 - April 19
Exhibit 2008, April 18 - May 18
"A Glimmer of Gehry"
Exhibit 2007 - March 16 to April 15
"The Intimacy of Flowers".
Exhibit 2006 - April 21 to May 28.
"My Personal View of Mt. Desert Island, Maine"
Exhibit 2005 - "Reflections and Juxtapositions”
Other examples of my work may be seen at my personal Web site: http://www.tashaphotography.com.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org