Terri Pakula is a Fine Arts Photographer who received her M.F.A. from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She has been involved with fine art photography since the 1970's, consistently adapting and embracing the latest technologies including today's digital computer darkroom platform.
During her career she has won numerous awards from galleries including Hutchinson Gallery, Westbury NY, The Long Island Museum, StonyBrook NY and the African American Museum, Hempstead, NY.
Terri has had the honor of showing her work at such venues as Chant Gallery, Lord's Valley, PA; Freeport Public Library, NY; Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery, Escondido, CA; Art Institute of California, San Diego, CA; Hutchinson Gallery, Westbury, NY; Kitt Association Gallery, Port Washington, NY and gallery NYAC, Baltimore, MD. Her photos have also been featured at the Hewlett Woodmere Public Library, Hewlett, NY.
What I love about photography is that it can be shared with others and as a medium remains stationary. I am drawn to different themes or subjects, because they evoke something deep within me. Although I have my own feeling and emotion behind it the viewer is able to bring his/her own meaning to it and personalize it. I hope you will find your own meaning in these images and most of all enjoy them!
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