We are surrounded by windows that reflect light. There are often reflections inside reflections that we dismiss, don’t acknowledge, or even see. These optical shards disappear with a turn of the head or a step to the right. Familiar, but also worth a second look and consideration.
As I photograph reflections, I muse on feelings I forgot to feel, details I didn’t notice, dreams I can’t quite recall, conversations I don’t understand, and places I miss in my rush through life. Just out of reach, but for me, still worth pursuing.
Boston-based Donna Tramontozzi is a photographer who seeks out patterns in nature and landscape to encourage the viewer to take a different perspective. For her, photography opens a passage into greater understanding of the mysteries of the natural world and the human experience.
An avid traveler, Tramontozzi takes advantage of exploring the photographic possibilities she finds in new places to discover an unexpected pleasure or uncover a new mystery. A former high tech executive and business owner, she now seeks to create images that portray the usual in an unusual way.
Tramontozzi has studied at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. This is her second Atelier at the Griffin Museum of Photography. She has exhibited in group and solo shows and her work is currently held in several private collections.
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