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Kathryn Kram's Art

Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia, PA

Taken with a 35mm Minolta SRT.

Parliament

Parliament

London, England. September 2015.

Rye, NY

Rye, NY

Friendly neighborhood dog in Rye, NY.

Commack, NY

Commack, NY

Taken on Long Island.

Hudson River

Hudson River

NY Waterway taxi on the Hudson River.

The Staircase To Nowhere

The Staircase...

Taken in Philadelphia, PA.

Memorial

Memorial

Memorial on the street on Long Island.

Hidden Flag

Hidden Flag

Taken on a 35mm film camera.

Window

Window

Taken on Long Island.

Flag

Flag

Sunset in Weehawken, NJ.

Home

Home

Weehawken, NJ.

Bluepoint, NY

Bluepoint, NY

Taken with a 35mm Minolta SRT camera. Shot on...

Sand Street Beach

Sand Street Beach

Sand Street Beach, Long Island.

Yellow Car

Yellow Car

Taken in Brentwood, NY.

Middle Country NY

Middle Country NY

Middle Country, NY

The Crazy Garden

The Crazy Garden

Taken in Weehawken, NJ.

Port Chester, NY

Port Chester, NY

Taken in Port Chester, NY.

West Meadow

West Meadow

West Meadow Beach

West Meadow Beach

West Meadow Beach

Taken at West Meadow Beach on Long Island.

No Hope Hat

No Hope Hat

Window in Weehawken, NJ.

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  • User Name: Kathryn
  • Current Location: NY, New York
  • Shoots: Black & White, Landscapes, Portrait, People
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ARTIST BIO
I started working on a project that encompasses my exploration, discovery and personal view on contemporary life on Long Island, my home. I’m working to transform how others view this specific part of America with a shared sense of sadness, humor and longing that these people and places provide. I want to display honest portraits from this stratum of a working class society that are sincere and objective in nature. I’m collecting objects that are on the verge of being obsolete and making them into permanent relics of this society through photography. This is a view of an America in transition; transition between us desperately clinging to the past while overwhelmingly welcoming the idealized present and future. I want to keep searching for the extraordinary found in the ordinary and a beauty we can appreciate in the under-appreciated.
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