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Nancy Prange’s photography uses a mindful observance to focus primarily on landscapes – capturing bright, bold scenes as well as more intimate quiet details. She says: “I try to look at the simple as well as the grand, hoping the observer will pause, give a second glance, and consider the object as being something of value, or perhaps even of beauty.” Prange worked for world renown photographer Thomas D. Mangelson, and has studied more recently with Suzanne Rose.

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