Much of my work addresses issues of perception and point of view. Changes in position, format, scale, and focusing create the illusion of space in very different ways, and affect the emotional response.
I often use multiple images to expand space and time.
Crowley began photographing at age eleven. She has worked as a commercial photographer for theater and dance companies. After many years teaching photography at Norwalk Community College, she now teaches at Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven. Crowley has twice received a fellowship grant from CT Commission on the Arts. She exhibits nationally, with solo shows at Choate Rosmary Hall, Wallingford, Mark Murray Gallery, NYC and Palmer Gallery, Poughkeepsie, NY. Her photographs are in corporate collections, Yale Smilow Cancer Center, Yale Health Center and homes of appreciative people.
40" x 26.6"
Archival Pigment Print