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Kathleen Brennan, Coming Into Our Own

Kathleen Brennan
Kathleen Brennan began her journey of photography at the early age of 10 when she received her first polaroid camera. A native of NJ, she completed her degree in Photography from the Universtiy of New Mexico in the 70’s.
“I look for the abstract element in my work, the honesty, humor and the simple straightforwardness of people’s lives.” http://www.brennanstudio.com/bio-resume/
Her diverse body of work, ranging from portrait to documentary, natural landscape to urban scenes, provides an enduring testament to the transformative processes of our world.

Coming Into Our Own, 1997
Cyanotype photograph
sheet: 13 1/2 × 9 3/4 in. (34.3 × 24.8 cm)
Museum Purchase
1998.0031.0000

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