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Sally Chapman is a photographer living in Lowell, MA. After earning a BFA in ceramics and photography from Michigan State University, she worked for over twenty years as a ceramic artist exhibiting widely. When she returned to photography, she gravitated towards tactile methods of printing such as the 19th century photographic process, cyanotype.
She has been published in The Hand magazine and has had solo shows at the MIT Rotch Architectural Library, Cambridge, MA; Gallery 93, Brookline, MA; and The Sanctuary in Medford, MA; Arts League of Lowell, MA. She won the Excellence in Photography Award at the Rockport Art Association and Museum National Show and the Directors Award from A Smith Gallery. Her work has been shown in many group shows in Arizona, California, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, and Vermont. In addition to her BFA in ceramics and photography from Michigan State University, Chapman has studied photography in workshops at the New England School of Photography, Griffin Museum, MIT, and Harvard University.
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