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click to enlarge Eileen Carpenter, All Things Considered, digital image, 2009. - EILEEN  CARPENTER
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  • Eileen Carpenter, All Things Considered, digital image, 2009.

Eileen Carpenter, a senior at SUNY New Paltz who is graduating with a BFA in photography this month, was chosen by professors Ann Lovett and Francois Deschamps to appear as part of the “PICS 2009” exhibition of 12 emerging student photographers at the Center for Photography at Woodstock through May 24. “Carpenter’s beautifully crafted digital prints evoke a melancholy sense of relationships and situations which is extremely deep for such a young photographer,” says Deschamps. A thesis show of Carpenter’s work, featuring six of her oversized prints—24” x 34”—will exhibited at the Dorsky Museum of Art on the SUNY New Paltz campus, May 1 through May 5. Portfolio: www.eileencarpenter.net.

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