Keri Cronan a photographic artist who explores the connection between subconscious emotions and how we experience them. Born and raised in Covington, Georgia, Keri received her BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017. Keri has worked with several non-profit organizations such as Maine Media Workshops + College in Rockport, Maine and the Ossabaw Island Foundation in Savannah, Georgia.
She has been exhibited extensively in the South as well as the Foundry Arts Center in St. Charles, Missouri, El Minia University in Cairo, Egypt and Commons Gallery at the University of Hawaii at Monoa. Her work is also held in SCAD's permanent collection.
Keri currently lives in and works in Savannah, Georgia.
A Statement from the Artist:
I use photography to express intense emotional experiences, diving deep into the subconscious mind where analytical thought meets psychological reaction. I am drawn to the spirituality of light and color and how they reflect my own understanding of what happens around me. I use all forms of analog photography, digital and alternative printing processes as well as mixed media techniques to express myself when words fail me. Ultimately, my work is what happens when I shut my mouth and open my eyes.