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Neda Miranda Blazevic-Krietzman
Dubrovnik, Sedona and the Grand Canyon Abstractions Aesthetic Mirroring of Nature and Architecture. September 12-October 24, 2005. Artist Reception: Sat., Sept. 17, 2005, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Artist Talk: Tuesday, Oct. 11, noon to 1:00 p.m., Music Building, Recital Hall, Free and open to the public

About the Artist:

Neda Miranda Blažević–Krietzman is a writer, painter, photographer and professor of English at the College of St. Catherine. She has published ten collections of poems, two collections of short stories, two novels, two radio–plays, two theatre plays and a collection of essays and photographs in collaboration with her students.

Her poems, essays and short stories have been published in many international and American magazines and anthologies. She has exhibited her paintings, installations and photographs in Zagreb and Hvar, Croatia; Berlin, Germany; and Minneapolis, Winona and St. Paul, Minnesota.

She has received numerous honors and awards including Outstanding Achievement in Photography – the International Society of Photographers, Washington, D.C. 2004; DAAD fellowship of the German Academy of Art and Science, 1990/91; Residence at the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, 1992; Fulbright Scholar fellowship at the University of Minnesota and Columbia University 1984/5.

 

Dubrovnik; Ontario Fountain The Grand Canyon, The Colorado River;
the West Trail Point
   
Catherine G. Murphy Gallery Show
 

Before you take pencil to paper, paint brush to canvas or click the switch of the camera lens, you are required to look and look some more. Art instructors everywhere will encourage their students to open their eyes to look and – eventually, but not always – to see the world around them. The photographs of Neda Miranda Blažević–Kreitzman, Dubrovnik, Sedona and the Grand Canyon: Aesthetic Mirroring of Nature and Architecture, are about looking and seeing. Through her photographic journey, Blazevic–Krietzman has seen and recorded profound comparisons and similarities between the breathtakingly beautiful Arizona landscape and the magnificent Medieval architecture of Dubrovnik, Croatia.

This exhibition opened a little over a year ago in Blažević–Kreitzman’s hometown of Zagreb, Croatia and moved on to Vienna, Austria. The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery at the College of St. Catherine is proud to be the first U.S. venue for this exquisite show. We welcome our visitors to take time to look and – eventually – to see the beauty of both the subjects of the photographs as well as the photographs themselves. Ultimately, we hope visitors take away a greater sense of the world around them.

Kathleen M. Daniels
Director, Catherine G. Murphy Gallery


The Grand Canyon; view from Hopi Point Dubrovnik; the Loggia of the Rector's Palace
 

 

 

The Grand Canyon; view from the East Rim Trail Dubrovnik; the East City Wall with Fort Revelin
   

All images copyright Neda Miranda Blažević–Kreitzman, all rights reserved.