About the Artist
Deanna is a fine art photographer living and working on the coast of Maine, and is native of Pennsylvania. She holds a M.F.A. in Photography from Maine Media College and a B.S. Degree in Environmental Biology from Kutztown University.
Trained as both artist and scientist, she searches for metaphysical understanding and meaning amongst the rocks and trees. Through her own dictionary of myth and metaphor, she takes us into a realm, which is at once both ephemeral and memorial. Timeless, in bared skin, primordial- she hopes the camera captures a glimpse of the soul.
She is currently an Artist-Mentor at the Farnsworth Art Museum and teaches at Project Basho in Philadelphia. She has taught Photography and the History of Photography at Project Basho, the Community College of Philadelphia, and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is held in private collections.
Preferred Audiences: All
Disciplines: Visual Arts, Photography, Multi-Disciplinary