Rachael Dunville, Heard
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Rachael Dunville

Heard, 2007
From the Born Enough series
Website - Rachael-Dunville.com

Rachael Dunville is a fine art photographer whose work explores the photographic encounter as a serious, seductive, and often complicated human exchange. She received her BFA from Missouri State University and her MFA from School of Visual Arts. Her work has been widely exhibited, including a solo exhibition of the Springtown series at Michael Mazzeo Gallery in New York City. Rachael currently resides in her beloved hometown of Springfield, Missouri, where she continues to expand her career passions.

Posted on Monday, March 24, 2008.

 

 

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