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Leaders Of The Pack
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Leaders of the Pack / Tru – Limited Edition 1 of 12 Photography by Tawny Chatmon
. We have created and will curate both here on the site and IRL (in real life) events, PoP Up Shops to highlight art from some of the most important and dope artist of today, yesterday and the future – Kicking it off with emerging artist Tawny Chatmon.
Limited Edition 1/30
16×20
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag
Signed & Numbered on back
Printed with 4cm white border
Not Buried, Planted.
In this series, visited is the delicate relationship between pain and growth. The space in between despondency, affliction and vitality where one decides whether she will bloom or wither. Inspired by a “tweet” by E. Bekure, it is a testament that although we may at times feel buried, we are indeed blooming.
The production of this image involved incorporating antique botanical prints overlaid and superimposed onto my subjects.
Over the past few years, she has redirected her signature style of ethereal sunlit children’s photography into mediums outside of just photography. Tawny is a self-taught artist who has been working in the field of photography for the past 16 years. Born in Tokyo, growing up an ‘army brat’, she had the unique opportunity to take in the cultures of three different continents all before the age of 12. By then she was in the United States and elbow-deep in her aunt’s theatre company. She studied theatrical arts from the age 12 to early adulthood. After receiving a scholarship for dramatic arts, she switched paths and focused her interests on being behind the camera. Her background unquestionably contributes to her wide range of talents.
Photography: Color, Digital and Manipulated on Paper.
Limited Edition 2/30
16×20
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag
Signed & Numbered on back
Printed with 4cm white border
Not Buried, Planted.
In this series, I visit the delicate relationship between pain and growth. The space in between despondency, affliction and vitality where one decides whether she will bloom or wither. Inspired by a “tweet” by E. Bekure, it is a testament that although we may at times feel buried, we are indeed blooming.
The production of this image involved incorporating antique botanical prints overlaid and superimposed onto my subjects.
For Chatmon, her photographs are the first layer which she manipulates and unites with other photographic components. After that, she often adds overlappings of gold leaf, paint, digital collage, and illustration. Doing so, she produces a work that is more than just a work of photography but a new photographic expression.

She currently resides in Maryland with her husband and three children.

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