I am drawn to these simple and perfectly conceived spaces and love to wonder through those that are open to the public. Recently I was wandering around a still inhabited monastery and a rather worldly and erudite monk invited me behind a barricade so I could get a closer look at the newly restored murals as he set the refectory tables for lunch. He shared that he had come to this otherworldly beautiful place from his home in Holland “for the beauty.” I instantly understood.
Photographer and designer Christy Stadelmaier photographs things close-up and nearby. Her focus on the details, textures and colors that surround us in her photography is informed by her work in product development. She is active in the Plymouth Guild for the Arts, is regularly accepted in juried shows and as a Russell Gallery artist, exhibits her work there regularly.
She has also exhibited at Massachusetts Audubon, and in the Photography Atelier shows at Lesley University and the Griffin Museum of Photography. Stadelmaier has studied photography at the Maine Photographic Workshops and Photography Atelier. Her work is in collections in the New England area.
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