Artist Biographies

Artist Biographies : Cromer-Campbell, Tammy :

Tammy Cromer-Campbell\'s black and white images explore the familiar, exposing the abstract. Whether it is the human body or a flower, she loves to look at the subject as if for the first time. While she loves the abstract, Cromer-Campbell feels it is her right as a photographer to explore and protect areas that effect us all, the environment in which we live. She has been photographing a small contaminated community near her home with a plastic Holga camera for the past four years. This series has been published in People, Texas Monthly, Houston Chronicle\'s Texas Magazine and many other publications.

Cromer-Campbell\'s photographs have earned national as well as international acclaim and is collected by both public and private colections around the world. She hand prints, elenium tones, and archivally mats each photograph. Each one is then signed and numbered.

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