and the landscape are central to my work. I am interested in the
mystery, magic and history of the landscape and in what may be felt
as well as seen. Beauty is an issue I often deal with and humor is sometimes
present. Influenced by Buddhist philosophy, I often juxtapose
elements that suggest the symbiotic coexistence of the conscious and
the unconscious, permanence and transience.
My photographic practice has evolved into two distinct strands: manipulated,
photo collaged imagery and more documentary photography. My work crosses
boundaries and explores the intersections between traditional and digital
photography. I use contemporary tools, but my photography is grounded
in and refers to traditional ways of making and interpreting images.
Born in England, Trish teaches at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.
Her photographs have been exhibited internationally. Publications
include: An Introduction to the Art of Photography, and Art
at Our Doorstep: San Antonio Writers and Artists. Collections
holding her work include: The Harry Ransom Humanities Research
Center; San Antonio Museum of Art; and The Peter Palmquist Collection
of Women Photographers.
Yale University Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Western
Archive CHARTER GALLERY 2015-2016
Camera Eye of the Beholder 2005, juried exhibition, Still Life Category
Photographers In America 1989 - ZOOM MAGAZINE Exhibition Showcase
cell phone: (210) 394-2816