After her career as a psychotherapist, Stromee found refuge in the natural world and through photographing, turned chaos into satisfying connections.
A series of her photographs,Intimate Details, is featured at the Griffin Museum at Aberjona River Gallery in Winchester, MA, September 12 through November 7.
“When I slow down, watch, and wait, life unfolds its mysteries and things that are familiar to me give way to fields of color, shape, and texture.” says Stromee. “I begin as the observer, watching as ephemeral patterns emerge and dissolve, each moment a unique confluence of light and object. And then, life’s chaos resolves into a deeply satisfying feeling of connection.
She adds, “In this series I’ve created intimate portraits that give form to the magic and mystery that I feel, and challenge the viewer to experience the extraordinary that is in the ordinary.”