Maureen Drennan, Toby
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Maureen Drennan

Toby, Northern California, 2009
From the Meet Me in the Green Glen series
Website - MaureenDrennan.net

Maureen Drennan was born and based in New York City. Since receiving her MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2009, her photographs have been included in numerous group exhibitions including the Chelsea Art Museum, Silver Eye Center for Photography, Newspace Center for Photography, and The Wild Project. Maureen has received honors from Aperture, The Photo Review, PDN, The Photographic Resource Center of Boston, Humble Arts, Artist as Citizen, and the Camera Club of New York. Her photographs were included in The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography, Volume 2 and were featured in the New York Times Lens Blog in 2011. Maureen currently teaches photography at the City University of New York.

Posted on Tuesday, June 8, 2010.

 

 

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