Dream Waves by Sally Chapman

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In a dream, waves convey feelings and knowledge about events that will occur in the future. The wave dream indicates your subconscious desires, feelings, and beliefs. Dreaming about waves can indicate an underlying clash between your rational side, environment, and your desires of the heart, soul, and inner self. In the piece, Dream Waves, the cover is a gentle flowing of rolling waves curling into themselves. Upon opening the box, the waves transform to a field of graphic forms reaching and waking up to the world.

Artist Bio

Sally Chapman is a photographer living in Lowell, MA. After earning a BFA in ceramics and photography from Michigan State University, she worked for over twenty years as a ceramic artist exhibiting widely. When she returned to photography in 2010, she was inspired by night photography. She continued to study different photographic processes and has worked extensively with the 19th century photographic process, cyanotype. She has been published in The Hand magazine and has had solo shows at the Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY; Three Stones Gallery, Concord, MA; MIT Rotch Architectural Library, Cambridge, MA; Gallery 93, Brookline, MA; The Sanctuary in Medford, MA; and the Arts League of Lowell, Lowell, MA. She won the Directors Award from A Smith Gallery, Honorable Mention in the 18th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, and Excellence in Photography Award at the Rockport Art Association and Museum National Show. She has been included in many group shows including at the Griffin Museum, Winchester, MA; Image Flow Gallery, Mill Valley, CA; Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY; Art Intersection, Gilbert, AZ; Light Space, Silver City, NM; Photo Place Gallery, Middlebury, VT; and the Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA. In addition to her BFA in ceramics and photography from Michigan State University, Chapman has studied photography in workshops offered by the New England School of Photography, Griffin Museum, MIT, and Harvard University.