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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Meet Amy Achor






Amy is a long-time Yellow Springs resident whose unique photographic imagery embraces many levels of seeing. She is most recognized for her symmetrical photo-compositions, in which she combines a single photograph with itself to create an entirely unique image. Look closely and you may notice tiny creatures or faces peering from behind leaves or through clouds.

Amy likes to think of these "nature spirits" as intentionally inhabiting her work. In addition to her nature series, Amy has created several other series utilizing images of fire, light trails, and fireworks. Recently, she has begun experimenting with digitally modifying photos to create more abstract images. She isn't known as the "Wild Woman" for nothing!

"My photographic art is as much about 'inner' vision as outer vision."

A wider selection of Amy's work is available on her website,www.WildWomanPhotos.com








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