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Indelible Images: Patricia Swain ’73

When award-winning photographer Patricia Swain ’73 arrived in Turkey, she wasn’t entirely sure what kind of photographs she was after. She knew one thing, though—there would be chickens. These common fowls had been on Pat Swain’s mind since working in Maui, Hawaii, where there are…... » Read more

Photo: Self-portrait: Rada ’04

Indelible Images by Rada ’04

The image makes you stop and check twice. Are you looking in a mirror?  Seeing double?  What’s the story with these two impressively coiffed ladies? Photographer Rada ’04 explains the shot: “Twins was taken during a cherry blossom festival in Macon, Georgia. I was hired…... » Read more

Mural "Bay St. Louis" (detail)

Indelible Images: Melissa A. Smith ’87

Visual Art by Alumnae Artists Melissa A. Smith ’87 has always been inspired by the outdoors—from the rolling hills of North Carolina where she grew up, to the beauty of Western Massachusetts when she was at Mount Holyoke, to the sweeping landscape of the Gulf…... » Read more

Indelible Images: “Cassiopeia Dreams of Better Days” by Mimi Frank ’76

After teaching for fifteen years at the Catholic University of America, sculptor Mary Annella “Mimi” Frank ’76 now works full-time on her art. She has exhibited widely across the country. Currently at work on a commission for the Dartmouth (Massachusetts) Natural Resources Trust, Frank also has a show of her work scheduled…... » Read more